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REPORT 



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FINANCES 



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Commonwealth of Pennsylvania 



FOR-t-^F. 



YEAR ENDING NOVEMBER 30, 1916 



A. W. POWELL, Auditor General 



HARRISBURG, PA.: 

WM, STANLEY RAY, STATE PRINTDR 



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' OBTPICIAL document. No. 2. 






REPORT 



or 



Auditor General on the Finances 



Honorable Martin O. Brumbaugh, 
Governor of Pennsylvania, 
Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. 



January 15th, 1917. 



My Dear Governor: — 

Herewith is transmitted the Annual Report of this Department on 
the finances of the Commonwealth for the fiscal year beginning De- 
cember Ist, 1915, and ending November 30th, 1916. 

Statements one and two, showing respectively the summary of re- 
ceipts and payments, show an excess of receipts over expenditures, 
or a net gain for the year of |1,173,485.56, this being the exact amount 
by which the net balance of all funds in the Treasury has increased 
during the y^ear. This in comparison with and over against a deficit 
of 12,810,006.19 for the year ending November 30, 1915. In other 
words, there is a gain in the income account of the Commonwealth, 
as shown by the difference in its receipts and expenditures, of f 3,983,- 
491.75 over the showing of November 30, 1915. 

But a much more favorable showing is made in Statement number 
three, the Balance Sheet of the Commonwealth as of November 30, 
1916. A greater percentage of appropriations for the fiscal year was 
jexi)ended for purposes which increased the permanent investment of 
the Commonwealth and, therefore, its net resources ; particularly, pay- 
ments for Capitol Park Extension, purchase of Normal Schools, 
grounds and buildings for State Institutions, Forestry Preserves, et 
cetera; and the titles to these purchases have been approved by the 
Attorney General, the deeds recorded in the proper county and, in 
addition, filed, indexed and recorded in this office. The investment 
account of the Commonwealth has been increased by |4,709,576.42. 

Accounts receivable of all character have been increased by f 3,415,- 
871.86 and this notwithstanding that collections were made more 
closely during the year than ever heretofore. The Commonwealth 

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Report of the Auditor General od the Finances— Continued. 

finds itself in the enviable position of being able to pay the entire 
amount of appropriations heretofore made, and now remaining un- 
paid, by anticipating less than three million doUars of revenue fop 
the new fiscal year. By reason of the fact that the tax year of 
banks, trust, and some other companies, ends on the 20th of June 
and the amount due from County and State officers, agents of the 
Commonwealth, for the month of November are "not returned and in- 
cluded in this report; this revenue is in reality earned revenue 
though at the date of this report it was unsettled and uncollected. 
The Commonwealth could liquidate its public debt, pay all its ap- 
propriations, contingent and absolute, without touching or encumber- 
ing any of its permanent investments, calling upon any furtlxer 
sources of revenue, or anticipating revenues in reality unearned at 
the date of this report, and its net resources, as shown by the balance 
sheet, are 159,790,179.28. 

Statements four and five, showing respectively the receipts by 
months for the fiscal years 1906 to 1916, inclusive, and the average 
monthly receipts for each month of each year, and the average 
monthly receipts for all months of each year, and similarly, the 
expenditures, is included in this report for its value in enabling the 
proper officers to make a more accurate estimate of the future needs 
of the Commonwealth. 

Statement six indicates that the expenditures of the Commonwealth 
are more than ten times as great as they were in 1860, though ex- 
amination of other sources will show that the population has not 
quite trebled during that period. On the basis of the population as 
shown by the 1910 census, the expenditures of the State for all pur- 
poses, were |4.63, per capita, and a careful analysis of this report 
in conjunction with the report of the United States census, will show 
that the entire cost of assessing, levying and collecting the revenues, 
and settling, auditing and disbursing them was 4.5 cents per capita 
in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, against 17.1 cents per capita 
in the State of New York, and an average cost in the States of New 
York, Ohio, Illinois, Massachusetts, New Jersey, Wisconsin and 
Michigan of 13.44 cents per capita, and an average of 11.7 cents per 
capita in all the States of the Union. 

Statement seven is new to this report and shows the transactions 
of the Commonwealth during the year, distributed as to the various 
funds, and your attention is particularly called to an increase of 
$361,000.00, and over, invested in bonds for the State Insurance and 
State School Funds. 

All details have been included as appendices and the summaries 
and comparisons arranged in the first part of the volume in order 
that it may be printed separately for your information and the ip- 

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Report of the Auditor General on the Finances— Continued. 

formation of the Members of the General Assembly at as early a date 
as possible. 

In my opinion these summaries and comparisons show conclusively 
that the imposition of greater taxes upon the people of the Common- 
wealth at this time is unwarranted and could lead only to extrava- 
gance. It should be remembered that the collection of taxes for 1917 
will be upon the basis of values largely measured by the net earnings 
of the corporations of the Commonwealth for 1916, which has been 
from ten to twenty-five per cent, a better year than they have ever 
heretofore had, and it is believed that no reasonable contingency 
could so affect their business for the year 1917 that the taxes reason- 
ably due from them would be less than the amount received for 1914. 

The State, with careful management, can pay all of the actual and 
necessary exi)enses of government, pay an amount equal to that 
raised by local communities for the support of the public schools — 
and to go beyond this is to injure the Public School Systenij — ^further 
extend its construction of highways and continue a fairly liberal 
policy toward private charities out of its revenues under present 
laws, without increasing the rate or seeking new sources. 

Your Excellency and the Lawmakers should not forget that taxes 
from whatever source assessed and levied and by whatever method col- 
lected are ultimately paid by the people themselves. 



Respectfully submitted, 



A. W. POWELL, 
Auditor General. 



THE REPOBT IS ARRANGED AS FOLLOWS, TO WIT:— 

1. A summary of the receipts, showing the total revenues received 
by the Commonwealth from December 1st, 1915, to and including No- 
vember 30th, 1916, classified as to the sources from which they arise. 

2. A summary of the expenditures or payments by the Common- 
wealth from the first day of December, 1915, to the 30th day of No- 
vember, 1916, both days inclusive, classified as to the Departments, 
Bureaus and purposes for which they were made. 

3. Balance Sheet as of November 30th, 1916. 

4. A statement showing the receipts for the fiscal years 1906 to 
and including 1916, by months, and the averages. 

5. A statement showing the expenditures for the fiscal years 1906 
to and including 1916, by months, and the averages, /^^^^T^ 

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6. A statement shawing the comparative revenues and expendi- 
tures of the Commonwjealth by decades from 1850 to 1910, and by 
years from 1910 to date, and the balance of all funds in the Treasury 
on November 30th of each year so shown. 

7. A statement showing the condition of all of the funds as of 
November 30, 1916. . 

8. A statement of the public debt, showing the several public loans 
of the Commonwealth, when authorized, for what purpose, amount of 
loans, rate interest, when re-imbursable, dates of maturity, amounts 
outstanding, and when the interest ceased; showing the details of 
Interest Certificates under Sub head "A" ; the details of Relief Notes 
under Sub head "B" ; and Domestic Creditors under Sub head "C." 

9. A statement showing the amount of stock held by the Common- 
wealth in sundry corporations. 

APPENDIX "A": A detailed statement of the revenues of the 
Commonwealth, showing the public officer, person, firm or corpora- 
tion from whom received, and the purpose for which collections were 
made. 

APPENDIX "B": A detailed statement of expenditures by the 
Commonwealth, as applied to th.e several classes of expenditures dur- 
ing the fiscal year ending with the 30th day of November, 1916. 

APPENDIX "C": A detailed statement of the receipts of the Com- 
monwealth by months, tabulated as to the sources from which they 
were received. 

APPENDIX "D'^ A detailed statement of the expenditures or 
payments by the Commonwealth by months, tabulated as to the De- 
partments and purposes for which they were made. 

APPENDIX "E": A detailed statement of the amounts of de- 
linquent corporation taxes collected during the fiscal years 1907 to 
1916, both inclusive, showing taxes collected for 1906 and prior there- 
to and for each year separately thereafter. 



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OFFICIAL DOCUMENT. No. 2. 



OFFICIALS AND EMPLOYES OF THE AUDITOR 
GENERAL'S DEPARTMENT. 



Auditor-General— A. W. Powell, Glassport, Allegheny County. Senate Hotel. 

Deputy Auditor-General— Charles B. Willock, Edgewood, Allegheny County. 

219 Walnat Street. 

Assistant Deputy Auditor-General— L. Floyd Hess, Forty Fort, Luzerne County. 

Carlisle, R. F. D. No. 6, Cumberland Coonty. 

Chief Clerk— Oscar H. Graf, Meadville, Crawford County. 28 South Nineteenth street. 
Traveling Auditors— George J. Churchill, McKees Rocks, Allegheny County. 

Charles W. Bodine, Wellsboro, Tioga County. 

John Davis, Punxsutawney, Jefferson County. 1730 Park street. 

Horace D. Lindermuth, Auburn, Schuylkill County. 

James N. Swearingen, Hookstown, Beaver County, 

Barney P. Harkins, 507 Lorenz Avenue, Pittsburgh, Allegheny 
County. 

E. O. Conkling, 4633 Hazel Street, Philadelphia. 

Additional Clerks— Lloyd W. Mitchell, Allentown, Lehigh County. 

816 North Sixth Street. 
E. S. Hengst, York, York County. 

David H. Matthews, New Castle, Lawrence County. 

1224 North Third Street. 

John G. Haegele, 1013 North Hope Street, Philadelphia. 

2(t2 Boas Street. 

Miss Helen S. Ettinger, York, York County, 
t 204 North Second Street. 

Miss Bess R. Weller, Middletown, Dauphin County. 

Miss Grace Waeldin, Hazleton, Luzerne County. camp Hill. 

William L. Gourley, New Castle, Lawrence County. 

1612 state Street. 
William W. Turner, Jr., 2406 North Hancock Street, Phila- 
delphia. 707 North Eighteenth St. 

Bert J. Watson, Williamsport, Lycoming County. 

141 SjlTan Terrace. 

Walter S. Freelands, Jenkintown, Montgomery County. 

1S3 Royal Terrace 
Harry Baldwin, 1028 Olive Street, Philadelphia. 

1623 Market Street. 

Eugene M. Craighead, Harrisburg, Dauphin County. 

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Officials and Employes— Continued. 



George C. Bowen, Bradford, McKean County. 

1843 Market Street. 

Miss Mary E. Peters, Middletown, Dauphin County. 

Miss Lillian Mae Fisher, Harri^urg, Dauphin County. 

718 North Sixth Street. 

Filing and Index Clerks— Earl T. Lindsay, Pittsburgh, Allegheny County. 

600 Market Street. 

William H. Hays, Royersford, Montgomery County. 

812 Capital Street. 

William W. Lenker, Williams town, Dauphin County. 

1633 Regina Street 

William A. Neale, Brook ville, Jefferson County. 

224 North Third Street. 

Stenographers— Percy R. McGinnis, Montgomerys Ferry, Perry County. 

1632 N. Sixth St. 
Harry B. Taylor, Ridgway, Elk County. 12 Evergreen street. 

Messengers-William L. Winston, Union town, Fayette County. 650 Boyd street. 

Watchman— Martin J. O'Toole, Harrisburg, Dauphin County. 314} Cheatnut Street. 

Division of Bookkeeping* 

Chief Bookkeeper— Harry L. Brindle, Sharon, Mercer County. 211 Locuat street 

Assistant Chief Bookkepper— Jacob O. Winters, Somerset, Somerset County. 

1204 North Fifteenth Street. 
Bookkeepers- William G. Robinson, DuBois, Clearfield County. 1007 Green street. 

James A. Pollock, Slate Run, Lycoming County. 2133 Derry street. 

Bureau of Corporations. 

Chief Clerk- William Bingham Kay, McKeesport, Allegheny County. 

1855 Market Street. 

Assistant Chief Corporation Clerks— Ohauncey P. Rogers, Jr., Corry, Erie County. 

128 WaViut street. 

W. Bruce McCory, Bellevue, Allegheny County. 

9 North Front Street. 

Special Corporation Clerk— Frank H. Lehman, Lebanon, Lebanon County. 

Clerks— Thomas M. Williamson, Erie, Erie County. I6M North Second street. 

Fred A. Heim, WiUiamsport, Lycoming County. Lochlel Hotel. 

John S. McDonald, Baden, Beaver County. 1200 North Fifteenth Street. 

Richard V. For, Harrisburg, Dauphin County. 129 walnut street. 

William R. Kimball, Dunbar, Fayette County. 422 South Thirteenth street 

John M. Williams, Dayton, Armstrong County. 1»24 Park street. 

S. Robtrrt Pealer, Berwick, Columbia County. 223* Penn Street 



Ohauncey G. Thorpe, Greenville, Mercer County. x^se 

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OflScialft and Employes— Continued. 

Harry Hertzler, Carlisle, Cumberland County. 

Robert W. Byham, Guys Mills, Crawford County. 1212 SasquehAnna strMt 

William A. MuUin, Boiling Springs, Cumberland County. 

William R. Cameron, Wellsboro, Tioga County. 200 Pine street. 

Michael S. Tamer, 7611 Bennett Street, Pittsburgh, Allegheny County. 

Fourteenth and Verbeke Btreeta 

Robert E. L. Barlett, Clarion, Clarion County. t. m. 0. A. 

James G. Conner, 141 West Wyoming Avenue, Germantown, Philadelphia. 

M9 North Fifteenth Street. 

John D. Frenie, Harrisburg, Dauphin County. 287 Harria street 

Bureau of Collections from Public Officers. 

Chief Clerk— Christian W. Myers, Lincoln, Lancaster County. 2001 Oreen street. 

Escheats Clerk— Joseph P. Connelly, 5807 Hays Street, Pittsburgh, Allegheny 
County. 

609 North Fifteenth Street. 

Clerks— Harry P. Shomo, Hamburg, Berks County. 13 North Fourth street. 

Jacob C. Lightner, New Bloomfield, Perry County. 

812 North Sixteenth Street. 
Barton W. Weaver, Terre Hill, Lancaster County. 427 Boas street. 

Robert P. Cox, Homestead, Allegheny County. 1720 North street. 

H. Ward Alleman, Ldttlestown, Adams County. 9 North Front street. 

Aaron J. Henry, Allen town, Lehigh County. 200 South Thirteenth Street 

Bureau of Accounts and Expenditures. 

Chief Clerk— Patrick A. Kennedy, Scran ton, Lackawanna County. 2135 Dcrry street. 

Assistant Chief Clerk— Rudolph F. Lugner, McKeesport, Allegheny County. 

216 North Second Street. 

Appropriation Clerk— Harry R. Purple, Knoxville, Tioga County. 

New Cnmberland, Cumberland County. 

Clerks— Fitch L. Leonard, Montrose, Susquehanna County. 422 South Thirteenth street. 

Robert W. Montgomery, 1114 West Tioga Street, Philadelphia. 

439 South Fifteenth Street 

Thomas D. Frye, New Florence, Westmoreland County. 262 Boaa Street. 

William A. Shaffer, Pavia, Bedford County. 

1266 state Street. 
Arthur J. Ransom, Forty Fort, Luzerne County. ciifton Hotel. 

Statistician— Edwin C. Dewey, Clearfield, Clearfield County. 

New Cumberland. Cumberland County. 
Assistant Statistician— Gwin M. Harvey, Huntingdon, Huntingdon County. 

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AUDITOR GENERAL O^ t^ENNStLVANIA. Off. t)oc. 

Officials and Eknplojea— Continued. 



OFFICIALS APPOINTED BY AUDITOR-GENERAL, ATTOR- 
NEY-GENERAL AND COUNTY OFFICERS, JOINTLY, FOR 
COLLECTION OF MERCANTILE AND OTHER LICENSE 
TAXES IN PHILADELPHIA AND ALLEGHENY COUNTIES. 

Philadelphia County. 

city Treasurer's Offioe, Boom 143, City EaU, Philadelphia. 
Attorneys— John T. Murphy, Franklin Bank Building, Philadelphia. 
David McCoach, 1529 Land Title BuUding, Philadelphia. 

Board of Keroantile Appraisers, Boom 190, City Hall, Philadelphia. 
President— Fred A. VanValkenberg, St. James Hotel, Philadelphia. 
Members— William E. Finley, 2005 South Fourth Street, Philadelphia. 
John J. Crout, 511 West view Avenue, Philadelphia. 
James A. Carey, 323 Pine Street, Philadelphia. 
Edward A. Devlin, Continental Hotel, Philadelphia. 
Chief Clerk— Thomas W. South, ©32 Keystone Street, Philadelphia. 
Clerka— Thomas E. Ashmead, Northeast corner Eleventh and Walnut Streets, Phila- 
delphia. 
John H. Glenn, 2331 I^wrence Street, Philadelphia. 
P. J. Corcoran, 2025 Fitzwater Street, Philadelphia. 
George Cosgrove, 5556 Crowson Street, Philadelphia. 
H. C. Boner, 5309 Larchwood Avenue, Philadelphia. 
Frank L. Rau, 2013 North College Avenue, PhUadelphia. 
Morris Conner, 6234 Chetwyude Avenue, Philadelphia. 
George Raudenbush, 2618 Hutchinson Street, Philadelphia. 
Messenger— George W. Grey, 840 East Westmoreland Street, Philadelphia. 

Board of Inspectors. 

President- Joseph Barton, 5&41 Addison Street, Philadelphia. 
Lewis H. Traunweiser, 5405 Girard Avenue, Philadelphia. 
William R. Brown, 311 Ritner Street, Philadelphia. 

Begister of Wills Offloe, Booms 162-170, City H&U, FhiUdelphia. 
Attorneys- J. Lee Patton, 262 Harvey Street, Philadelphia. 

Charles F. Schofield, 517 East Hermitage Street, Philadelphia. 
'^ William M. Boenning, 2030 Green Street, Philadelphia. 

Edwin S. Ward, 153 West Tabor Street, Philadelphia. 
H. Horace Dawson, 2208 Venango Street, Philadelphia. 
Special Appraisers— John H. Bunting, 2545 North Front Street, Philadelphia 
Jesse W. Pallet, 1510 Tulip Street, Philadelphia. 
Arthur F. Conley, 1830 Master Street, Philadelphia. 
Clerks— William G. Shields, 412 School Lane, Philadelphia. 

Samuel S. White, 2018 North Sixteenth Street, Philadelphia. 
David L. Gibson, 1241 Wolf Street, Philadelphia. 
Charles A. Towers, 1128 Walnut Street, Philadelphia. 
Chris C. Knauss, 1430 South Fifty-fourth Street, Philadelphia. 
Robert McFetridge, 2049 Bainbridge Street, Philadelphia. 
Stenographer— Robert M. Boyle, Delmar-Morris Apartments, Philadelphia. 

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Officials and Binployes— Continued. 

Allegheny County. 

OoQBty Treasnrer'a OfEloe, Court Honse, Pittsbargh, Allerheny Oounty. 
Attorneya— Ralph G. Davis, 5825 Northumberland Street, Pittsburgh, Allegheny 
County. 
Robert G. Woodside, 5148 Liberty Avenue, Pittsburgh, Allegheny County 
State Clerk — George P. Weaverling, Homestead, Allegheny Oounty. 
Receiving Teller~H. W. Stratman, 827 Lockhart Street, Pittsburgh, Allegheny 

County. 
First Assistant State Clerk— D. L. Davis, Carnegie, Allegheny County. 
Second Assistant State Clerk— Michael Kennedy, 129 McOandless Avenue, Pitts- 
burgh, Allegheny County. 
Assistant Bookkeeper— James Sassano, 41^ Congress Street, Pittsburgh, Allegheny 
County. 

Mercantile Appraiser's Office, Court House, Pittsburgh, Allegheny 

County. 

Clerk— Robert Johnston, 817 North St. Clair Street, Pittsburgh, Allegheny County. 

Register of Wills Office, Court House, Pittsburgh, Allegheny County. 

Attorneys— John O. Wicks, 915 Park Building, Pittsburgh, Allegheny County. 
Georfee Weil, 422 Bakewell Building, Pittsburgh, Allegheny County. 
Clerks— H. H. Bengough, 7724 Hamilton Avenue, Pittsburgh, Allegheny County. 
Wall B. Mayhugh, Monongahela, R. F. D. No. 1, Washington County. 
Stenographer— F. E. Campbell, 5127 Center Avenue, Pittsburgh, Allegheny County. 



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Revenue of the Commonwealth. Summary of Receipts. 

1 
REVENUES 

OF THE 

COMMONWEALTH OF PENNSYLVANIA 



1916 
SUMMARY OF RECEIPTS 



Showing the Total Revenues and Sources Received by the State 

Treasury from December 1st, 1915, to and Including 

November 30th, 1916. 

Details of Summary Will Be Found in Appendix «A/' 



1. FROM CORPORATIONS AND ASSOCIATIONS: 

1 . NATIONAL BANKS . 

Tax on Bank Stock $946,879 22 

Interest and Penalty, 359 87 

2. STATE BANKS. 

Tajc on Bank Stock, $139,968 27 

Examinations, 9,869 48 

Bonus, 2,366 73 

. Interest and Penalty, » 5 60 

Private Bankers Examinations, 690 00 

3. INCORPORATED SAVINGS 'INSTITU- 

TIONS. 

Tax on Income, $50,551 71 

Examinations, 2,717 00 

4. TRUST COMPANIES. 



$947,239 09 



152,900 06 



53,268 71 



Tax on Capital Stock, $1,206,174 19 

Tax on Tx)an8 '. 5,321 45 

Tax on Gross Premiums, 24,059 11 

Bonus 5,517 11 

Examinations 55,603 88 

Interest and Penalty, 1,253 42 

1,297,929 16 

5. BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATIONS. 

Tax on Stock, $22,928 11 

Examinations 379 22 

Interest and Penalty, 3 24 

23,310 57 

6. INTEREST ON DEPOSITS. 

General Fund, $35,033 59 

Sinking or Insurance Fund , 12,024 24 

47,057 83 

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Revenue of the Commonwealth. Summary of Receipts— Continued. 

7. FOREIGN INSURANCE PREMIUMS, .. $1,838,50181 

8. TAX ON CAPITAL STOCK, 14,233,932 22 

9. TAX ON LOANS (Corporations) , 3,247,983 32 

10. TAX ON GROSS RECEIPTS, 2,164,108 21 

11. TAX ON GROSS PREMIUMS, 130,577 90 

12. BONUS ON CHARTER, 720,634 67 

13. ACCRUED INTEREST AND PENAL- 

TIES 64,14268 

14. TAX ON LOANS (Counties) , 379,351 09 

15. TAX ON IX)ANS (Municipalities) , 195,834 09 

16. TAX ON LOANO (School Districte), 152,785 30 

• $23,127,846 29 

2. FROM AND THROUGH PUBLIC OFFICERS, AGENTS OP 

THE COMMONWEALTH: 

17. TAX ON WRITS, WILLS, DEEDS, 

ETC., : $233,088 55 

20. RECEIPTS FROM LICENSES: 

1. Retail Mercantile, 950,729 98 

2. Wholesale Mercantile, 349 297 38 

3. Retail Liquor, 608,109 00 

4. Wholesale Liquor Acts (1897, 1907), .. 684,680 85 

2- gr^JK?" 264,193 00 

S- gi^Ai"®^®' 33,007 55 

V 5mv^®?' 39,54824 

8. Billiards, 140,829 18 

9. Brokers, 69.936 06 

10. Auctioneers, 12,228 45 

11 . Peddlers, 4 9g0 jg 

J?- 3I^^.^^^^2; etc., 62)709 40 

13. Eatms: Houses, etc., 31.719 02 

14. Resident Hunters, 256,302 00 

15. Non-Resident Hunters, 2)96130 

'- 6,342,470 85 

3. FROM OTHER SOURCES: 

Notary Public Commissions, $15 950 00 

Tax on Bankerss Gross Receipts, 21*43174 

Tax on Sale of Fertilizers, 24)955 00 

Tax on Notarial Gross Receipts, 5)401 68 

Escheats, 31 571 ^q 

Annuity for Right of Way, 10)000 00 

V^^'a VVi' V: 71,929 36 

Refunded Cash 65 337 76 

Fees of State Officers, ) 346)599 90 

Chiropody Licenses, 250 00 

Cold Storage Licenses, 3,550 00 

Employment Agency Licenses, 16 700 00 

Enrollment of Stallions License* (Act of ' 

Tj»l^' y; 2,35300 

Fishing Licenses, 3 260 50 

Seine Licenses, 1* 100 00 

Midwife Licenses l)646 00 

Money Lenders Licenses 4*550 00 

Non-Resident Hunters Licenses, '83 65 

Oleomargarine Licenses, 273 505 71 

Private Bankers Licenses, 650 00 

Renovated Butter Incenses, 933 34 C^ r^t^t^\r> 

Therapy Massage Licenses, 175 00 ^v VjOO^ LL 

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Revenue of the Commonwealth. Summary of Receipts— (Tontinned. 

Taxidermy Licenses, 1,100 74 

Motor (Registration Licenses) , 2,448,»24 00 

Bureau of Medical Education and Licen- 
sure, 5,380 00 

State Highway Construction , 735, 139 68 

State Personal Tax, balance 8 64 

Brewers' Licenses (paid direct to State 

Treasurer) 40,250 00 



4,122,737 20 



MISCELLANEOUS: 



Accrued Interest and Penalties from var- 
ious Sources, 6,673 67 

Conscience Money, 180 32 

Oare of Insane, 80,138 17 

Forestry Reservation Sundries, 20, 179 33 

Insurance of State Property, 36,770 68 

Lands, 59 40 

Forest Fire Expense, 97 74 

Receipts of Sales of State Property, 12,989 82 

Collections on Surety Bonds, 303 21 

Sale of State Highway Maps, 444 62 

Sale of State Highway Bulletins, 1,698 00 

U. S. Government— State College and Sol- 
diers & Sailors Home, 73,000 82 

Sale of Stock Transfer Stamps, 165,950 02 

Sale of State Equipment, 1,136 35 

Sale of Military Stores, 28,635 92 

Sale of Pamphlet Laws, 263 50 

Rent of State Property, 1,502 32 

Prison Manufacturing Fund Sales, 346 87 

State Aid Refund by Counties 33,705 44 

Fees for Examining Moving Picture Films, 64,624 00 
Sale of Substitute Moving Picture Films 

Seals, 2,87150 

Income from School Funds Invested, .... 9,507 50 

Income from Insurance Fund Invested, . . 7,191 25 



BALANCE IN TREASURY, NOVEMBER 30, 1915. 

GENERAL FUND, 13,194,258 20 

SINKING FUND, 651,110 02 

INSURANCE FUND, 181,083 44 

GAME FUND, 488,724 48 

BOUNTY FUND 88,435 30 

SCHOOL FUND, 13,590 95 



548,279 4d 



$36,663,039 23 



4,617,202 39 
$41,280,241 62 



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Expenditures of the Ck)minonwealth. Summary of Payments. 



EXPENDITURES 

OF THE 

/ 

COMMONWEALTH OF PENNSYLVANIA 



SUMMARY OF PAYMENTS AT THE STATE TREASURY FROM 
THE FIRST DAY OF DECEMBER, 1915, TO THE 30TH DAY 
OF NOVEMBER, 1916, BOTH DATES INCLUSIVE. 



Senate, $35,819 92 

House of Representatives, 24,009 99 

Judiciary: 

Supreme Court, $108,113 19 

Superior Court, 100,136 56 

Court of Common Pleas, 844,149 21 

Orphans' Court, 148,565 93 

County Court (Allegheny County) , 33,041 58 

Municipal Court, (Philadelphia County) , 53,999 92 

Retired Judges, 29,635 63 

Associate Judges, 23,899 60 

Miscellaneous, 45,495 14 

1,385,036 76 

Pulblic Printing & Binding, 424^6 78 

Executive Department: 

Department, $40,041 67 

Lieutenant Governor's Office, 7,636 60 

Executive Controller, 7,041 63 



State Department: 

Department, $56,836 65 

Publishing proposed amendments to Constitution, 66,886 74 

Auditor Crenerars Department: 

Department, $183,772 85 

Publishing statement of moneys in the general 

and sinking funds, 4,827 44 

Refund to ex-county officials for overpaid taxes, 395 85 

Refunded collateral inheritance tax, 5,895 86 

Escheats, 15,525 75 

Mercantile appraisers mileage, 9, 105 93 

Costs in suits against delinquent dealers, 6,253 96 



54,719 90 



123,723 39 



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Expenditures of the Commonwealth. Summary of Payments— (Continued. 

Treasury Department: 

Department, $78,327 62 

Interest on bonds and fiscal agent, 31,520 00 

109,847 62 

Attorney General's Department, 84,639 23 

Adjutant GeneraVs Department: 

Department, $79,342 83 

National Guard of Pennsylvania , 181 ,240 42 

Riot, insurrection, etc., 92,700 00 

Stete MOitary Board, 1,975 00 

Armory Board, 371,879 95 

727,138 20 

Department of Internal Affairs, 78,237 46 

Banking Department, 98,265 05 

Insurance Department, 84,223 98 

State Fire Marshal, 44,445 32 

Department of Public Instruction: 

Department, $120,786 12 

Investment of school funds in bonds, 62,71173 

Salaries paid county superintendents, 281,170 11 

Appropriations to counties "by districts, rw 8,663,173 35 

Appropriations to counties, borough and town- 
ship high schools, 224,288 00 

Vocational schools, 75,549 96 

Tuition of pupils attending high schools in other 

districts , 48 , 948 75 

State Normal Schools, 468,963 43 

Miscellaneous schools, 1,060 00 

College and university council , 183 50 

Dental Council, , 1,387 20 

State Board of Education, 82,782 39 

10,029,004 54 

Department of Agriculture: 

Department, $203,494 11 

Dairy and Food Division, 70,525 92 

State Live Stock Sanitary Board , 137,076 66 

Agricultural Association premiums, 10,417 50 

421,514 19 

Department of Forestry: 

Department, $240,11,0 16 

Purchase of land for forestry reserves, 23,130 58 

Charge on Forestry Reservation for road pur- 
poses, 20,189 48 

Charge on Forestry Reservation for school pur- 
poses, 19,978 46 

Extinction of forest fires, 17,347 50 

320,756 18 

Department of Fisheries, 116,087 75 

Department of Labor and Industry, 483,633 74 

Department of Health, f 2,263,511 02 

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Expenditures of the Comnionwealth. Summary of Payments— Continued. 

Department of Mines, 228,175 07 

Department of State Police, 335,789 52 

State Highway Department: 

Department, $276,812 84 

Automobile Division, 500,327 57 

Construction and maintenance, 3,190,517 15 

State-Aid Highway, 431,207 93 

Township roads, salary and expense, 26,761 63 

0[^ayeling expenses, 53,461 08 

Cumberland or National Road, 30,437 80 

Turnpike purchase fund, 80,199 91 

Experiments and tests, 8,740 76 

County road map fund, 23,891 36 

Cash road tax bonus, 709,417 87 

5,331,775 90 

Department of Public Grounds and Buildings: 

Department, $234,634 98 

Heat, light, water and insurance, 13,354 38 

Boi^d*s general fund, 58,597 72 

General supplies, 203,555 61 

Rent of offices (outside), 35,744 53 

Telephone charges, etc. , 41,786 99 

Board of Commissioners of Public Grounds and 

Buildings, 2,174 92 

Bridges, 55,292 56 

645,141 69 

Stete Reporter, 12,777 "25 

State Library: 

Library, $45,43162 

Free Library Commission, 11,413 72 

State Museum, 13,038 50 

Legislative Reference Bureau, 25,399 72 

95,283 56 

Boards and Conmiissions: 
Game Commission: 

Fund for better protection of 
wild birds and game in Penn- 
sylvania, $148,532 30 

Fund for payment of bounties 
on noxious animals killed 

prior to 1915, 174,149 50 

Fund for payment of bounties. 

Act of 1915, 67,998 00 

♦ $390,679 80 

Board of Revenue Commissioners, 1,912 46 

Commissioners of the Sinking Fund, 1,995 80 

Public Service Commission, 265,827 42 

Soldiers Orphans* Schools, 89,662 93 

Water Supply Commission, 83,755 99 

Capitol Park Extension Commisson, 326,633 43. O OOqIc 



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Expenditures of the Commonwealth. Summary of Payments— Continued. 

Commissioners of Navigation, 30,005 47 

State Quarantine Board, 48,856 32 

Board of Pardons, 5,388 36 

State Workmen's Insurance Board, 120,111 38 

State Board of Censors, 41,979 50 

Board of Public Charities, 39,554 73 

Lake Erie & Ohio River Canal Board, 34,906 12 

Economy & Efficiency Commission, 10,562 13 

Valley Forge Park, 73,213 20 

Investigate Increase in Cost of Anthracite Coal, 1,300 97 

Survey of MUitia and Fort Hill, 3,792 25 

Prison Labor Commission, 42,888 72 

Amendment to Penal Laws, 105 56 

Memorial to General George Gordon Meade, 3,861 76 

Robert Morris Monument Commission, 1,666 70 

Pennsylvania Historical Commission, 2,224 04 

State Industrial Home for Women, 111,253 64 

Engineers Commission, 200 00 

Centennial Anniversary ("Battle of Lake Erie"), 1,000 00 

State Village for Feeble-Minded Women , 22,424 57 

Anthracite Mine Cave Commission, 2,948 65 

Independence Day Celebration, 898 61 

For the Codification and Revision of the I^w of 

Decedents Estates, 4,553 09 

Commission on Uniformity of legislation , 746 61 

Molly Pitcher Monument, 6,671 75 

Gettysburg Battlefield Memorial Commission,.. 400 57 

1,772,082 53 

Penal Institutions, Hospitals, Homes, Etc.: 

Penitentiaries, $296,899 76 

New Western Penitentiary, 223,651 28 

Reformatories, 422,176 78 

State and County Hospitals for the Insane, 2,366,510 07 

Hospitals, 3,494,150 23 

Homes, 427,263 81 

Training Schools, 860,586 98 

Institutions, 996,936 90 

Societies & Associations, 55,147 69 

9,143 323 50 

Miscellaneous: 

Refund of Notary Public Commissions, $125 00 

Dept. of Wharves, Docks & Ferries, 120,658 38 

Harrisburg Fire Companies, 2,400 00 

Mothers Pensions, 84,274 57 

State Fire Insurance Fund for Replacing State 

Buildings Destroyed by Fire, 60,592 61 

Investment of State Fire Insurance Fund in 

•bonds, 300,543 32 

Miscellaneous general, 2,887 52 

United States Government appropriation to Com- 
monwealth of Pennsylvania, transferred to 



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Bxpendlturea of the Ck>miiionweaIth. Summary of Paymento— Continued. 

Bonus for right of way, 10,000 00 

^-ornplanter Indian School (reservation), 200 00 

Information furnished departments, 871 20 

Pensions and Gratuities, 3,030 04 

Foreign fire insurance paid to cities and 

boroughs, 152,842 85 

780,334 49 

Grand total, 136,489,553 07 

Balance in the Treasury of all funds, as of November 30, 1916, 5,790,087 95 

Total, $41,280,241 02 

Excess Receipts over Expenditures, or net gain for the year, .... $1,173,485 56 



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Revenues of the Commonwealth. Balance Sheet. 



BALANCE SHEET 

INVESTMENT: 

Buildings and Grounds, 

Forestry Reserves, 

Personal Property, 

Liens, 

Total Investment, 

CASH: 

General Fund , 

Insurance Fund (Income) , 

Insurance Fund (Investment) , 

Bounty Fund, 

School Fund (Income) , 

School Fund (Investment) , 

Game Propagation and Protection , 

Sinking Fund, 

Prison Manufacturing Fund, 

Total Cash, 

ACCOUNTS RECEIVABLE: 

Corporations " A B ," 

Corporations "O D," 

Corporations "E F G," 

Corporations "H I J K," 

Corporations "L M," 

Corporations "N O P Q," 

Corporations *'R S ," 

Corporations "T U V W Y Z," 

Corporations Dormant or Inchoate, 

Total, 

Less Resettlements , Contingent and Absolute, 

Banks.— Claims due from Building & Loan Associations and counties, etc. for 
loan taxes , 

Treasury Suspense Account.— Tax settlements at Treasury Department, No- 
vember 30, 1916, for their approval , 

County Ledgers. — Public officers, agents of the Commonwealth, 

State Aid Refund.— Due from Counties, etc. for State Aid Roads, 

Total Accounts Receivable, 

ACCOUNTS PAYABLE: 

Unclaimed and unpaid appropriations, November 30, 1916: 

Appropriations, 1909, 

Appropriations, 1911, 

Appropriations, 1913, 

Appropriations, 1915, 

Total Appropriations 

PUBLIC DEBT— (See Sinking Fund), 

BALANCE, KXCE89 RCSOURCCS OVER ALL LIABILITIES 



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Revenues of the Commonwealth. Balance Sheet— Continued. 



NOVEMBER 30, 1916 



$48,614,111 56 
6,223,032 73 
5,W7,562 74 
2,545,345 82 



$4,459,908 70 

80,796 01 

300,543 32 

152,3(H 57 

12,066 79 

234,711 73 

397,362 21 

«51,110 02 

37,139 65 



Assets. Liahilltiefl 



163,330,052 89 



6,325,943 00 



$1,090,009 33 
1,119,530 76 

963,690 70 
1,572,710 97 
1,407,541 20 
5,082,152 41 

569,572 83 
1,743,873 18 
1,050,638 15 

$15,240,319 53 
248,491 07 
14,991,828 46 

193,76093 

648,264 72 

345,637 67 

163,49027 



16,342,982 05 



64,720 57 

127,449 34 

979,407 78 

24,386,110 91 



25,557,688 60 

051,110 02 

69.790.179 28 



$85,996,977 90 $85,996,977 90 

N«t Resources of th« C«mmonw««lth over all known Public Dobt, 
unpaid appropriations and abtoluta and Contlnaent Rasattla- 
mantp $69,790J79 28 



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I Revcnnes of the Common wealth. Receipts, Expenditures and Balance. 

16. A Statement Showing the Comparative Revenues and Expenditures of the 
! CJommonwealth by Decades from 1850 to 1910, and by Years from 1910 to Date, 
and the Balance in the Treasury on November 30th of each Year so Shown . 

I Receipts. Bxpenditarea. Balance. 

1850 $4,438.13151 $4,569,053 94 $754.252 81 

1860 3.479,257 31 3.637.147 S2 681.433 08 

1870 6,336.603 24 6,434.522 91 1.302.942 82 

1880, 6,720,334 47 6,820.119 49 1.815.046 90 

1890 8.625,919 10 8.168.86118 4.426.645 45 

1900 17.494,21178 15,453.718 90 6,649.988 H 

1910 28,946,424 43 27,657.399 88 9.909,039 34 

1911 32,146,978 23 29.132,646 96 12,923,370 61 

1912 32,374,890 46 35,516.410 37 9.781,850 70 

1913 35,348,615 35 37,566,196 27 7,564.269 78 

1914 31.441.050 51 31,578.11171 7,427.208 68 

1915 31.990,727 85 34.800,734 04 4,617,202 39 

1916 36,663,039 23 36,489.553 67 5,790.687 96 



A Comparative Table of Treasury Balances by Funds for 1913, 1914, 1915 and Idld. 

1913. 

General fund $6,765.497 50 

Sinking fund 797,830 81 

School fund 94147 



1914. 

General fnnd $6,575,697 41 

Blnkinjf fund 811,733 40 

School fund, 30,804 77 

Motor fund 8,973 00 



1916. 

General fund $3,194,258 20 

Sinking fund 651.110 02 

Game fund 488,724 48 

Insurance fund, 181,083 44 

Bounty fund 88,435 30 

School fund 13.69096 



$7,564,269 78 



$7,427,208 68 



$4,617,201 8» 



1916. 

General fund. $4,459,908 70 

Sinking fund 651,110 02 

Bute school fund > 12,066 79 

Insurance fund, 80.796 01 

Game fund, * 397,362 21 

Bouatr fund 152,304 57 

Ufg. 'f\mA and prison labor com 37.139 65 



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Revenocs of the Commonwealtli. Statement of Funds. 



7. STATEMENT SHOWING THE CONDITION OF ALL OF THE FUNDS 
AS OF NOVEMBER 30, 1916. 

GENERAL FUND. 

Balance, December 1, 1915, $3,194,258 20 

Receipts for year ending November 30, 1916, 35,979,365 49 

Total, $39,173,623 69 

Transfer to Prison Manufacturing ITund , $75,000 00 

Payments for year ending November 30, 1916, 34,638,714 99 

Total payments, 34,713,714 99 

Balance, November 30, 1916, $4,459,909 70 



SINKING FUND. 

A Statement Showing the Condition of the Sinking Fund as of November 30, 1916. 

Funded debt: 

Six per cent. Agricultural College land scrip bond, 

payable, 1922, $500,000 00 

Six per cent, proceeds from sale of experimental farms, 17,000 00 

Total, $517,000 00 

Unfunded debt and debt upon which interest has ceased: 

Relief notes issued under Act of May 4, 1841, .... $96,093 00 

Interest certificates unclaimed , 4,448 38 

Interest certificates outstanding, 13,088 54 

Chambersburg certificates unclaimed, 90 40 

Domestic creditor, 25 00 

Five per cent, bonds upon which interest has 

ceased, 18,414 70 

Six per cent, bonds upon which interest has ceased, 2,000 00 

Total, 134,11002 

Public debt, December 1. 1915, $651,110 02 

Assets of the Sinking Fund: 

Cash in banks, $651,110 02 



SCHOOL FUND. 

Balance, December 1, 1915, ^^3, 590 95 

Receipts for year ending November 30, 1916, 62,247 57' 

: $75,838 52 

Purchase of bonds as investments, $62,711 73 

Paid to miscellaneous schools, 1,06000 

Total payments during year, 63,771 73 

Balance, November 30, 1916, $12,066 79 

Investments in bonds as of December 1 

1915 $172,000 00 

Invested during year ending November 30, 

1016 62,711 73 

Total investment, $234,711 73 



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ReTennefl of the Commonwealth. Statement of Funds— Continued. 

FUND FOR PAYMENT OF BOUNTIES. 

Balance, Decem'ber 1, 1915, $88,435 30 

Receipts for year ending November 30, 1916, 131,458 77 

Total, $219,894 07 

Payments daring year ending November 30, 1916, 67,589 50 

Balance, November 30, 1916, $152,304 57 

INSURANCE FUND. 

Balance. December 1, 1915, $181,083 44 

Receipts for year ending November 30, 1916, 260,849 50 

Total $441,932 94 

Purchase of bonds as investments,. $300,543 32 

Repladng property destroyed by fire during year, .... 60,593 61 

Total payments, 361,136 93 

Balance, November 30, 1916, . .'. $80,796 01 

Investments during year ending November 30, 1916, $300,543.32. 

GA:ME PROPAGATION AND PROTECTION FUND. 

Balance, December 1, 1915, $488,724 48 

Receipts for year ending November 30, 1916, 228,771 03 

Total : $717,495 51 

Payments during year ending November 30, 1916, 320,133 30 

Balance, November 30, 1916, $397,362 21 

PRISON MANUFACTURING FUND. 

Transferred from General Fund during year, $75,000 00 

Receipts for year ending November 30, 1916, 346 87 

Total $75,346 87 

Payments for year ending November 30, 1916, 38,207 22 

Balance, November 30, 1916, $37,139 65 



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Bevenuea of the Oommonwealth. Intereiit Certificate. 



A 

INTEREST CERTIFICATES. 

Statement showing the original amount of certificates issued to the holders of the 
public loans for interest due thereon at the periods herein stated, the amount of the 
same cancelled and funded, and the amounts outstanding, together with those 
unclaimed. 

CERTIFICATES ISSUED. 

For interest due August 1, 1842, |863,033 76 

For interest due February 1, 1843, 864,016 97 

For interest due August 1, 1843, 914,737 03 

For interest due February 1, 1844, 918,217 71 

For interest due August 1^ 1844, 922,818 54 

For guaranteed interest due Bald Eagle 
r and Spring Creek Navigation Com- 
pany, January 1, 1843, 5,000 00 

For guaranteed interest due Danville 
and Pottsville Railroad Company, De- 
cember, 1842, 15,000 00 



14,502,824 01 



Of this sum there has been funded and 
cancelled as follows: 

Certificates of August, 18^. 

Funded per Act April 29, 
1844 122,752^80 

Funded per Act April 16, 
1845, . . 805,693 66 

Received in payment of debts, 
due the Commonwealth, . . 5,641 43 

f&34,087 89 



Certificates of February, 1843. 

Funded per Act April 16, 

1845, f&36,411 71 

Received in payment of debts 

due the Commonwealth, . . 55 00 



f836,466 71 



Certificates of August, 1843. 

Funded per Act April 16, 

1845, 1887,074 56 

Received in payment of debts 

due the Commonwealth, . . 100 00 



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Beyenues of the Oommonwealth. Interest Certlflcates— Contlnufid. 
Certificates of February, 1844. 

Funded per Act April 16, 

1845, 1888,563 28 

Received in payment of debts 

due the Commonwealth, . . 1,071 73 

1889,635 01 

Certificates of August, 1844. 

Funded per Act April 16, 

1845, 1893,202 18 

Received in payment of debts 

due the Commonwealth, . . 100 54 

f893,302 72 

Certificates of the Bald Eagle and Spring Creek Navigation 
Company. 

Funded per Act April 29, 

1844, 12,328 75 

Funded per Act April 16, 

1845, 2,498 75 

• 4,827 50 

Certificates of the Danville and Pottsville Railroad Company. 

Funded per Act April 29, 

1844, 18,183 33 

Funded per Act April 16, 

1845, 6,816 67 15,000 00 4,360,494 39 

Balance of unfunded certificates, |142,329 62 

The following amount of outstanding 
certificates has been redeemed at the 
State Treasury during the fiscal yesLT 
ending with November 30, 1852, to 
1913, inclusive, viz: 

Certificates of August, 1842, ?24,947 72 

Certificates of February, 1843, 25,247 84 

Certificates of August, 1843 25,469 96 

Certificates of February, 1844, 26,322 60 

Ceri:ificates of August, 1844, 27,207 96 

Ceri:ificates of Bald Eagle and Spring 

Creek Navigation Company, 125 00 129,291 OS 

T^eavinff outstanding December 1, 1916, ..... f 13,038 54 

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Reyenues of the Ck>mmonwealth. Interest Certificates— Ck)ntiQued. 



The following are the outstanding cer- 
tificates composing the sum, viz: 



Certificates of August, 1842, |3,998 15 

Certificates of August, 1843, 2,232 42 

Certificates of August, 1843, 2,092 51 

Certificates of F/ebruary, 1844, 2,260 10 

Certificates of August, 1844, 2,307 86 

Certificates of Bald Eagle and Spring 

Creek Navigation Company, 47 50 

113,038 54 

To which may be added the amount of 
interest due for which certificates 
have not been claimed hence not is- 
sued, viz: 

For interest due August, 1842, |255 10 

For interest due February, 1843, 700 36 

For interest due August, i843, 681 86 

For interest due February, 1844, 2,094 29 

For interest due August, 1844, 716 77 

4,448 38 



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AUDITOR GBNBBAIi OP PENNSYLVANIA. 



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Revenues of the Commonwealth. Belief Notes. 



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RELIEF NOTES. 

Statement showing: the several banks of the Ck>minon wealth that issued notes in 
pursuance of the Act of May 4, 1S41, the original amount issued by them, 
respectively, the amount of the same redeemed and cancelled, and the amount 
remaining in circulation, together with those banks that re-issued said notes in 
pursuance of the Act of April 10, ld49, and the amounts of re-issue outstanding. 




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Bank of Northern Liberties 170.000 |6S,153 11.847 

Bank of Penn Township 100,000 97,862 2.138 

Manufacturers* and Mechanics' Bank, 80,260 78,817 1,443 

Moyamensing Bank, 62,600 62,500 

Bank of Chambersburr 66.000 63,974 2.026 

Bank of Chester Coimtj 71,512 71.298 214 

Bank of DeUware County 43.067 41,872 1,185 

Bank of Oermantown, 85,524 85,117 407 

Bank of OettysburK. 30.958 29,739 1,219 

Bank of Lewistown 74.269 72,163 2,096 

Bank of Middletown, •49,320 49.320 

Bank of Northumberland. 40,000 38,609 1,391 

Bank of Susquehanna County *26,000 25,000 

Berks County Bank, t46,787 45,787 

Carlisle Bank 57,626 55,780 1,846 

Columbia Bank and Bridge Company, 26,479 24.758 721 

Brie Bank, 375,474 375.474 

Exchange Bank of Pittsburgh 177,775 171,374 6,401 

Farmers' Bank of Bucks Coimty 23,065 22,083 972 

Farmers' Bank of Lancaster 80,000 77.966 2.044 

Farmers' Bank of Reading 60.072 67,362 2,170 

Farmers' and Drovers' Bank, Waynesburg 27,760 26,980 770 

Harrisburg Bank 76,042 73,719 1,316 

Lancaster Bank, 38.430 38,060 370 

Lancaster County Bank, 18,750 18,139 €11 

Lebanon County Bank 17,670 17.099 471 



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28,892 
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rrhese banks, under the authority of the eleventh and twelfth sections of act of May 4, 1841, 
issued the following sum, in addition to those here stated, and pledged to the Auditor General, 
as security for the redemption of the same, equal amounts of five per centum State stock. tIs: 

Moyamensing Bank, 112,500 

Bank of Middletown 6.050 

Bank of Susquehanna County. 6,200 

$22,760 

Of these issues, the Bank of Commerce (late Moyamensing) has redeemed $11,800, and received 
back the same amount of the pledged security, whilst at the State Treasury, there has been 
redeemed of the issue of the Bank of Middletown the sum of $3,525, and of the Bank of Susque- 
hanna County, $4,471, for which equal amoimts of the pledged stock have been cancelled, leaving 
still in circulation of those extra issues— Moyamensing Bank, $700; Bank of Middletown. $1,480, and 
the Bank of Susquehanna County, $674.00. 

tThe Berks County Bank made an over-issue of relief notes to the amount of $28,601. For the 
redemption of these the Commonwealth became responsible, pursuant to the act of January 29, 
1846. and has redeemed the sum of $27,644; leaving in circulation, $947. 



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ReTenues of the Commoa wealth. Relief Notes— Ck>ntiQDed. 



RELIEF NOTES— Continued. 



. 


^ 


1 


g 


^9 


Banks. 


** 


1 








1 

f 


1^ 


*» 8 


4* 



Merclumts' and Manafacturera' Bank, Pittsburfh, 

Miners' Bank, Pottaville 

Honongahela Bank of BrownsTiUe, 

Northampton Bank, 

Towanda Bank 

West Branch Bank, 

Wyoming Bank, Wilkea-Barre 

York Bank 



1120,000 


$118,607 


49,936 


49.006 


31,500 


30.519 


31.171 


29.289 


107,500 


107,500 


25,000 


24.706 


30.232 


29.314 


62,725 


61.446 



n.333 
930 
981 



294 

918 

1,270 



Totals 12.220,264 12,179,458 |40,806 $66,287 



Amount in circulation of old issues, . 
Amount in circulation of new issues. 



$40,806 
55.287 



$96,098 



I^ote.— Under the construction given to the act of April 10, 1849, in accordance with the opinion 
of the Attomej Genera], many oi the re-ii^sues as they became defaced^ were cancelled and 
•anewed. 



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ReveDQes of the CommoDwealth. Domestic (Creditors. 



DOMESTIC CREDITORS. 

Statement showing the names of the original holders of the outstanding scrip issued 
to domestic creditors and the number, original amount redeemed and amount 
remaining unpaid of the respective certificates. 







*i 


1 




Names. 




§ 


1 


S 

•a 




u 


^ 


•M 


«• 




1 


J 




§ 




i 


§ 


1 


1 



Elder ft KlAff 


8,227 


12600 


12500 








(2500 


12500 


OriffiiiAl amottnt of certiflcatee issued, 






11,514.23217 


Of which there has been redeemed the sum of 






li 514^ 307 17 


ftftlfiTicft ontfltAndiDir. ..«■•••. .•■T«t.....r«t* 






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Revenues of the Gommonwealth. Statement. 



9. STATEMENT. 

Showing the amonnt of stock held by the Commonwealth in sundry corporations 
on the Ist day of December, 1916. 





i 
1 




H 


Names of Corporations. 


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e 


fi 






1 




1 ■ 



Oanal and Naylfatlon Companies. 

Delaware and Schnylkill Oanal 

Bristol Steam Tow Boat Company, 

Bald Baffle and Spring Greek Navigation Company, 

Tioga Navigation Company (now railroad) 

Sea Oirt Land Improvement Co. of N. J., 

The Spring Lake Beach Improvement Co. of N. J., 

Total Talne, 



1.600 


160 00 


176,000 00 


320 


26 00 


8,000 00 




60 00 


260,907 47 
81,M7 16 


697 


20 00 




699 


10 00 








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Receipts from Corporations and Associations. 



APPENDIX A. 
RECEIPTS FROM CORPORATIONS AND ASSOCIATIONS. 



1. NATIONAL BANKS. 



Name of Corporation. 



Tax on 
Bank 
Stock. 



Interest 

and 
Penalty. 



Total 
Receipts. 



First National Bank. Addison (174 97 

Akron National Bank, Akron, 230 81 

First National Bank, Albion 12164 

Allentown National Bank, Allentown, 6,536 87 

Merchants National Bank, Allentown, 2,000 00 

Second National Bank, Allentown 3,000 00 

First National Bank, Alliquippa 266 66 

First National Bank. Altoona. 1,600 00 

Second National Bank, Altoona 1,000 00 

First National Bank, Ambler 860 16 

Annrille National Bank, Annville, 944 53 

Ardmore National Bank, Ardmore 284 84 

ArendtsviUe National Bank 146 46 

Ashland National Bank, Ashland 76162 

Citizens' Bank, Ashland, 600 00 

First National Bank, Ashley, 400 96 

First National Bank, AspinwaU, 100 09 

Atglen National Bank, Atglen, 292 70 

Athens National Bank. Athens 454 80 

Farmers' National Bank, Athens, 760 00 

First National Bank, Auburn 149 07 

Lincoln National Bank, Avelia 123 76 

First National Bank, Avoca 379 76 

National Bank of ATondale 600 00 

First National Bank, Avonmore, 167 26 

First Nationol Bank. Bainbridge 148 94 

First National Bank, Boily 156 96 

First National Bank, Bangor 1.68166 

Merchants' National Bank, Bangor 879 35 

First National Bank, Bamesboro 466 64 

First National Bank. Bath 418 14 

First National Bank, Beaver BOO 00 

Fort Mcintosh National Bank. Beovcr, 277 83 

Farmers' National Bank, Beaver Falls l.OOO 00 

First National Bank, Beaver Falls, 1,008 66 

First National Bank, Beaver Springs 250 00 

First National Bank, Bedford BOO 00 

First National Bank. Bellefonte 1,000 00 

Belleville National Bonk, Belleville 250 00 

Farmers* National Bank, Belleville 273 01 

First National Bank, Bellevenion 47174 

Citizens' National Bank. Bcllevue 277 33 

First National Bank. Bellwood, 161 49 

HendersviUe National Bank 164 51 

First National Bank, Bentleyville 117 09 

Farmers' and Minors' National Bank. Bentleyville, 249 62 

Phllson National Bank. Berlin 367 .n 

First Nstlonal Bank. Bemville 193 12 

First National Bank. Berwick 750 00 

Berwick National Bank, Berwick 388 49 



94 00 



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itecejpts from €orx)oratioD8 and Afusoclations— Continued. 



NATIONAL BANKS— Continued. 



Name of Corporation. 



Tax on 
Bank 
Stock. 



Interest 

and 
Penalty. 



Total 
Receipts. 



Berwyn National Bank. Berwyn. , 

First National Bank. Berlin 

Columbia National Bank, Benton 

First National Bank, Betiilehem 

Lehigh Valley National Bank, Bethlehem. 

BiglerTllle National Bank, BiglervUle, 

Citisens' National Bank, Big Hun , 

First National Bank, Blrdsboro, 

First NaUonal Bank, Black Uck 

BlairsTille National Bank, Blalrsville 

First National Bank, Blalrsville, 

National Bank, Bloomsburg, 

Farmers' National Bank, Bloomsburg, 

First National Bank, Bloomsburg, 

Blue Ball National Bank 

Bolivar National Bank, 

First National Bank, Boswell, 

Farmers' National Bank, Boyertown, 

National Bank of Boyertown, Boyertown, 

Braddock National Bank, Braddoek • 

First National Bank, Braddock , 

Bradford National Bank, Bradford, 

Commercial National Bank, Bradford, 

First National Bank. Bradford, 

First National Bank, Bridgeville 

Farmers' National Bank of Bucks County, Bristol, 

First National Bank. Brockwayville 

Bridgeiwrt National Bank 

Jefferson County National Bank, Brook ville 

National Bank of BrookviUe, Brookville, 

First National Bank, Bruin 

Brownstown National Bank, 

Monongahela National Bank, Brownsville 

National Deposit Bank, Brownsville, 

Second National Bank, Brownsville 

Bryn Mawr National Bank, Bryn Mawr, 

Burgettstown National Bank, Burgettstown 

Washington National Bank, Burgettstown, 

Butler County National Bank, Butler, 

Farmers' National Bank, Butler 

Merchants' National Bank. Butler 

First National Bank, Cambridge Springs, 

Springs National Bank, Cambridge Springs 

First National Bank, California 

First National Bank, Canonsburg 

First National Bank, Canton, 

Farmers' National Bank, Canton, 

First National Bank, Carbondale 

Carnegie National Bank, Carnegie 

First National Bank, Carnegie 

First National Bank. Castle Shannon 

First National Bank, CarroUtown, 

Lehigh National Bank, Catasauqua, 

National Bank of Catasauqua 

Catawissa National Bank, Catawissa 

First National Bank, Catawissa, 

First National Bank, Carmichaels 

First National Bank. Cecil 

First National Bank. Centralia. 

National Bank of Chambersburg, Chamberbburg 

Valley National Bank, Chambersburg, 

First National Bank, Charleroi, 

First National Bank, Cherry Tree 

Chester National Bank, Chester 

Delaware County National Bank, Chester 



392 00 

424 97 

126 10 

2,5^1 »4 

2,293 73 


370 42 
249 72 
500 00 
148 41 
388 19 


1,277 17 

754 17 
€00 00 
816 43 
458 55 


176 39 

180 93 

366 38 

1,000 00 

2,000 UO 


1,061 74 
2,000 00 
1,000 00 
2,(m 43 
206 23 


922 20 
350 00 
875 17 
500 00 
687 02 


117 89 
170 30 
1,000 00 
500 00 
838 02 


500 00 
798 40 
275 04 
2.547 91 
887 52 


485 47 
421 28 
333 94 
500 00 
1.000 00 


622 11 
225 26 
1.100 00 
642 72 
959 36 


136 84 
600 00 
762 54 
3.063 28 
300 57 


277 39 

260 00 

261 68 
140 14 

1.133 92 


1,000 00 

500 00 

500 00 

2,216 93 

3,000 00 



3—2—1917 



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Receipts from Corporations and Assoclationd— Continued. 



NATIONAL BANKS-Continued. 



Name of Corporation. 



Tax on 
Bank 
Stock. 



Interest 

and 
Penalty. 



Total 
Receipts. 



first National Bank, Chester 1,653 W 

Pennsylvania National Bank, Chester 783 54 

National Bank of Christiana 488 07 

First National Bank, Clarion, 1,085 48 

National Bank of Claysville 500 00 

Plrst National Bank, Claysbnrg 148 99 

Farmers' National Bank of Claysville 247 12 

Ablngton National Bank, Clarks Summit 130 78 

County National Bank, Clearfield 6,000 00 

People's NaUonal Bank. CllntonTille 177 96 

First NaUonal Bank, Clifton Heights 415 63 

Clymer National Bank, Clymer 14106 

First National Bank, Coaldale, 166 00 

National Bank of Chester Valley, Coatesville 2,000 00 

National Bank of CoatesTiUe. Coatesville, 1,000 00 

First National Bank, Cochranton, 367 60 

Codorus National Bank 143 09 

Central National Bank, Columbia 656 40 

Columbia National Bank, Columbia 1,478 76 

First National Bank, Columbia, • 1,06163 

OoUegeville National Bank 337 78 

First National Bank, Conneaut I^ake, 190 46 

First National Bank, £. Conemaugh, 414 80 

Citizens' National Bank, Connellsville 2,000 00 

First National Bank, ConnellsvviUe, 1,289 77 

Second National Bank, Connellsville 600 00 

Union National Bank, Connellsville, 887 52 

Colonial National Bank, Connellsville , 607 66 

First National Bank, Conshobocken 1,098 27 

Tradesmen's National Bank. Conshobocken 600 00 

First National Bank, Confluence, 204 48 

Coraopolls National Bank, Coraopolls. 386 17 

Citizens' National Bank, Corry 625 94 

National Bank of Corry, Corry 443 68 

Coplay National Bank, 260 77 

First National Bank, Coopersburg, 173 56 

First National Bank, Coudersport 432 12 

First National Bank, Crafton, 292 06 

Curwensville Na tional Bank . Curwensvllle , 929 08 

First National Bank, Cresson 41128 

First National Bank, Cressona, 162 93 

First National Bank, Dallas 143 38 

First National Bank, Dallastown 328 40 

Danville National Bank, Danville, 1,406 80 

First National Bank, Danville, 1,600 00 

National Bank, Danielsvllle, 169 90 

First National Bank, Darby 989 67 

First National Bank, Dawson 600 00 

People's National Bank, Delmont, 165 56 

Denver National Bank, Denver, 744 64 

First National Bank, Delta, 429 62 

People's National Bank, Delta 24187 

First National Bank, Derry 500 00 

Dickinson City National Bank, 275 00 

Dillsburg National Bank, Dillsburg 305 98 

First National Bank, Donora, 617 47 

Downingtown National Bank, Downlngtown, 1,000 00 

Grange National Bank, Chester Co. , Downingtown 626 27 

Doylestown National Bank, Doylestown, 1,060 00 

First National Bank, Dry Bun 123 46 

First National Bank, Dunbar, 314 79 

Deposit National Bank, DuBois, 1,000 00 

DuBois National Bank, DuBois, 960 48 

Duncannon National Bank, Duncannon 650 00 

People's National Bank, Duncannon, 127 70 



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Receipts from Corporations and Aasociations— ContlDtied. 



NATIONAL BANKS-Oontinued. 



Name of Corporation. 



Tax on 
Rank 
Stock. 



Inteciest 

and 
Penalty. 



Total 
Receipts. 



First National Bank, Dunmore 

First National Bank, Duquesne, 

First National Bank, Dushore, 

Bast Berlin National Bank, Bast Berlin, 

People's National Bank, Bast Brad7. 

Pcrkiomen National Bank, Bast GreenTille 

First National Bank, B. Smlthfleld 

Bast Stroudsburg National Bank, Bast Btroudsburg , 
Monroe County National Bank, Bast Stroudsburg, . 
Baston National Bank, Baston, 

First National Bank. Baston 

Northampton Naticmal Bank, Baston, 

First National Bank, Bdinboro 

American National Bank, Bbensburg, 

First National Bank, Bbensburg 

Clarion County National Bank, Bdenburg 

People's National Bank, BdwardsTiUe 

First National Bank, Bldred 

Blizabetbtown National Bank, Bliss bethtown, 

First National Bank of Salisbury, Blk Ldck 

First National Bank, BUiabetbTille 

National Bank, Ellsworth, 

Pattison National Bank, Blkland, 

First National Bank, Bllwood City 

People's National Bank, Bllwood City 

Bmaus National Bank, Bmaus, , 

First National Bank. Emlenton, 

Farmers* National Bank, Bmlenton, 

First National Bank, Bmporlum, 

Ephrata National Bonk, Bphrata 

Farmers' National Bank, Bphrata,- 

First National Bank, Brie 

Marine National Bank, Brie 

Second National Bank, Erie 

First National Bank, Etna 

First National Bank of Goldsboro, Btters, 

Citixens' National Bank, Brans City 

First National Bank, Everett 

First National Bank, Export 

Farmers' National Bank, Exchange, 

First National Bank, Falrchance 

First National Bank, FactoryvlUe, 

Fayette City National Bank, Fayette City 

First National Bank, Falrfleld 

First National Bank, Farrell, 

First National Bank, Fawn Grove, 

First National Bank, Fleetwood, 

First National Bank, Franklin 

lAmberton National Bank, Franklin 

First National Bank, Fredericktown 

Farmers* National Bank, Freeport 

First National Bank. Frackvllle 

First National Bank, Fryburg 

First National Bank, Ford City 

First National Bank, Freeland 

Farmers' and Miners' National Bank, Forest City. 

First National Bank, Forest City, 

First National Bank. FinleyvlUe 

Freedom National Bank, Freedom 

St. Clair National Bonk, Freedom 

FredoDia National Bank, Fredonla, 

First National Bank, Garrett 

First National Bank, Gallitsin 

First National Bank. Galeton 

Qap National Bank, Gap , , 



B16 18 
600 00 
830 83 
250 00 
610 71 

500 00 
120 88 
638 29 
909 42 
2,927 62 

8,646 11 

1,000 00 

143 40 

731 36 

600 00 

600 00 

604 66 
147 88 
766 76 
909 25 

260 00 
860 00 
600 00 
707 07 
274 17 

668 85 

1.000 00 

284 20 

1.001 98 
1,146 70 

821 01 
3,000 00 
1,033 88 
3,000 00 

285 46 

116 41 
423 46 
198 88 
218 58 
124 60 

198 01 
166 00 
678 82 
173 41 
470 13 

170 88 

378 19 

1,629 61 

1,000 00 

250 00 

266 48 
329 02 
173 U 
480 02 
332 07 

261 17 
369 81 
131 68 
706 46 
423 12 

135 47 
246 00 
244 13 
888 81 
487 00 



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ReeeiptB from Corporations and Associations — Continued. 



NATIONAL BANKS-<>)ntinued. 



Name of Corporation. 



Tax on 
BanK 
Stock. 



Interest 

and 
Penalty. 



Total 
Beceipts. 



First National Bank, Genesee, 

Gettysburg: National Bank, Gettysburg 

First National Bank, Gettysburg 

National Bank, OiranI, 

First National Bank, Girardville, 

First National Bank, Glen Campbell. 

First National Bank, Glen Rock. 

Glenside National Bank, 

First National Bank, Grate, 

Grantham National Bank, 

First National Bank. Greencastle, 

Citizens' National Bank. Oroenoastle 

First National Bank, Greensburg, 

Merchants' and Farmers' Bank, Greensburg, 
Westmoreland National Bank, Greensburg. .. 

Valley National Bank, Green Lane, 

Greenyille National Bank, Greenville 

First National Bank, Greenville 

First National Bank, Grove City 

Grove City National Bank 

First National Bank. Halstead 

First National Bank, Hamburg, 

First National Bank, Hanover 

Harleysville National Bank 

First National Bank, Harrlsburg 

Harrisburg National Bank, Harrlsburg 

Merchants' National Bank, Harrisburg, 

First National Bank. Harrlsville, 

Halifax National Bank, Halifax 

Hatboro National Bank, Hatboro 

Hays National Bank, Hays 

First National Bank, Hazleton 

Hasleton National Bank, Hazleton 

First National Bank, Hawley 

First National Bank, Hegins , 

Fanners' National Bank, Hickory, 

First National Bank, Herminie 

First National Bank, Herndon 

First Nntlonal Bank, Hollidaysbnrg 

Citizens' National Bank, Hollidaysburg 

Homer City National Bank 

First National Bank, Homestead 

First National Bank. Hooversville 

Honesdale National Bank. Honosdale 

First National Bank, Honeybrook, 

Hopewell National Bank, Hopewelf. 

Hop Bottom National Bank 

First National Bank. Houtzdale 

First National Bank, Howard 

First National Bank, Hughesville, 

Grange National Bank, HughesvlUo 

Hummelstown National Bank, Hummelstown. 

First National Bank, Huntingdon 

Standing Stone National Bank, Huntingdon, .. 
Union National Bank, Huntingdon 

Hoblitzel National Bank, Hyndman 

Citizens' National Bank, Irwin 

First National Bank, Irwin 

First National Bank. Indiana, 

First National Bank, Intercourse 

First National Bank, Jermyn, , 

People's National Bank, Jeannette, 

First National Bank, Jeannette 

Jenklntown National Bank, Jenkintown 

National Bank, Jersey Shore 



124 47 

1,186 »8 

1,321 03 

326 75 

407 18 

606 23 
600 00 
1»2 57 
151 55 
150 62 

872 81 

285 22 

1,500 00 

1.005 89 

1,358 84 



867 48 

1,250 00 

741 99 

591 41 

194 15 
385 49 

1,640 69 
156 98 

1.000 00 

3,000 00 

1.000 CO 

238 69 

250 00 

620 00 

153 11 

1,000 00 

2,000 00 

600 00 

222 62 

149 97 
14.'! 69 
260 00 
737 53 



249 32 
1,000 00 

247 11 
1,233 85 

709 45 

134 30 
169 36 

500 00 
160 68 
600 00 

291 97 
500 00 

1.000 no 

324 72 
422 04 

162 09 
600 00 
600 00 
1,877 60 
208 12 

843 05 
2f» 17 
500 00 
938 51 
421 54 



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Receipts from Corporations and Associations— Ck)ntintied. 



NATIONAL BANKS— Continued. 



Name of Corporation. 



Tax on 
Bank 
Stock. 



Interest 

and 
Penalty. 



ToUl 
Receipts. 



First National Bank, Jcssap 

Johnson burs National Bank, Johnsonburg, 

U. S. National Bank, Johnstown 

First National Bank, Johnstown, 

National Bank, Johnstown, 

Union National Bank, Johnstown, 

First National Bank, Juniata, 

First National Bank, Kane 

National Bank of Kennett Square. Kennett Square, 
Farmers' National Bank, Kittannlng 

Merchants* National Bank, Klttanning 

National KltUnniuK Bank 

First National Bank, Knozville. 

Kotztown National Bank. Kutxtown, 

Grange National Bank, Laceyville 

First National Bank, Lake Ariel 

Citiiens* National Bank, Lansford 

First National Bank. I^insford, 

Conestoga National Bank, Lancaster, 

First National Bank, Lancaster 

Fulton National Bank, Lancaster, 

Lancaster County National Bank, Lancaster 

Northern National Bank, Lancaster 

People's National Bank, Lancostcr , 

First National Bank, Landisville 

People's National Bank. Langhome 

First National Bank. I^nsdale 

nticens' National Bank, Lansdale 

Citlaens' National Bank, Latrobe 

First National Bank, Latrobe, 

People's Nati<Mial Bank. Latrobe 

First National Bank, Lnwrencevllle 

First National Bank, Leechbnrg 

First National Bank, T..eeRport 

Farmers* National Bank, Lcechburg 

First National Bank. Lohnnon 

Lebanon National Bank. I^banon 

People's National Bank. Lebanon 

Valley National Bank, Lebanon 

First National Bank, Lehlghton 

Citizens' National Bank, Lehighton 

First National Bank, LeRaysville, 

Lewlsbnrg National Bank. I^ewisburg 

Union National Bank. Lewisburg 

Rosaell National Bank, Lewistown 

Mifflin County National Bank, Lewistown, 

Citizens' National Bank. Lewistown 

First National Bank. Ligonler 

National Bank. Ligonlor 

First National Bank, Lilly 

Lincoln National Bank, Lincoln 

Lltits Springs National Bank. Lititz, 

Farmers' National Bank. Lititz, 

Llttlestown National Bank 

First National Bank, Liverpool 

Loganton National Bank, Txiganton, 

First National Bank, Lock Haven 

Luzerne National Bank, Luzerne, 

Lyndora National Bank, Lyndora 

Madera National Bank, Madera 

Mahaffey National Bank. Mahaffey , 

First National Bank, Mahanoy City 

Union National Bank, Mahanoy City 

National Bank of Malvern 

Keystone National Bapk, Mapheim, ..., 



861 23 

600 00 

1,623 11 

4,000 00 

1,110 77 

1,420 96 
166 74 
600 00 
793 73 
884 27 

686 25 
968 49 
127 64 
600 00 
163 66 

266 77 

369 41 

706 90 

2,000 00 

1,772 29 

1,714 72 
3,000 00 

909 83 
1.615 67 

348 0» 

682 40 

1,000 00 

600 00 

500 00 

1,000 00 

609 11 
133 31 
487 21 
170 30 
294 70 

1,000 00 
1,969 26 

980 68 
1,000 00 

616 60 

753 99 

166 13 

1,000 00 

1,000 00 

693 24 

829 08 
290 07 
250 00 
491 11 
260 00 

497 81 
415 61 
606 27 
200 72 
141 73 

184 13 
1.800 00 
422 65 
218 91 
878 94 

398 84 

1,000 00 

1.260 00 

600 00 

812 78 



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Receipts from Corporations and Associations— Continaed. 



NATIONAL BANKS-Continued. 



Name of Corporation. 



Tax on 
Bank 
Stock. 



Interest 

and 
Penalty. 



Total 
Receipts. 



Manbeim National Bank, Manheim, v.. 

Manor National Bank, Manor 

First National Bank, Mansfield 

Grange National Bank, Mansfield, 

Mars National Bank, Mars, 

First National Bank, MarysTlIle 

Gold Standard National Bank, MarienylUe, 

Exchange National Bank, Marietta, 

First National Bank. Marietta 

First National Bank, Martinsburg, 

Marion Centre National Bank. Marion Centre, .. 

Citixens' National Bank. E. Maucb Chunk. 

Mancb Chunk National Bank, Manch Chunk, .... 

First National Bank, Masontown, 

Masontown National Bank, Masontown 

Maytown National Bank 

Farmers' National Bank, McAlUsterTille. 

First National Bank, McClure 

First National Bank, McConnellsburg, 

First National %ank, McDonald, 

First National Bank, McAdoo 

First National Bank, McKees Rocks 

First National Bank, McKeesport, 

National Bank of McKeesport, McKeesport 

Union National Bank, McKeesport 

Merchants' National Bank, Meadyille, 

New First National Bank, Meadvllle 

First National Bank. Meohanlcsburg 

Uechanlcsburg National Bank 

Second National Bank, Meohanlcsburg 

Charter National Bank, Media 

First National Bank, Media 

Farmers' and Mechanics' National Bank. Mercer, 

First National Bank, Mercer, 

First National Bank, Mercersburg, 

First National Bank, Meshoppen 

Mererstown National Bank. Meyemtown 

Citicens' National Bank. Meyersdale 

Second National Bank, Me.ver8dale, 

First National Bank. Middloburg, 

Cltisens' National Bank. Middletown 

First National Bank. Midland. 

Midway National Bank, 

First National Bank, Miflllntown, 

Juniata Valley National Bank, MlOlintown 

Peoples National Bank, Mifflin 

First National Bonk, Millersburg 

First National Bank, MillorRtown, 

First National Bank, Mildrod 

First National Bank. Milton, 

Milton National Bank, Milton 

First "National Bank. Milford 

First National Bank, MlnertiviUe 

Onion National Bank, Minersville, 

First National Bank, MiUsboro 

MllIersTille National Bnnk 

First National Bank. MillvUle, 

Farmers* National Bank, MiUhelm 

Mohnton National Bank 

First National Bank, Montrose 

Farmers' National Bank, Montrose, 

First National Bank, Mount Carmel 

Union National Bank, Mount Carmel, 

First National Bank, Mount Holly Springs, 

First National Bank, Mount Joy, 



887 14 

87808 

40472 

S6348 

80975 

173 27 

319 62 

500 00 

96664 

122 OO 

45269 

29772 

2,00679 

20674 

25000 

16070 

137 70 

18366 

20812 

600 00 

14159 

82273 

2.06117 

1,940 25 

868 01 

l.OOOOO 

1,079 73 

883 82 

23961 

324 23 

25268 

1,00000 

46957 

1,20000 

177 34 

397 62 

600 00 

650 00 

46529 

846 09 

28155 

29177 

246 77 

434 11 

600 00 

14004 

44273 

174 54 

143 46 

98998 

880 92 

26306 

500 00 

34948 

14249 

129 58 

25000 

196 19 

193 36 

500 00 

283 43 

50000 

1.250 00 

133 37 133 

847 16 

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Receipts from Corporations and Ansociatfons— Continued. 



NATIONAL BANKS— Continued. 



Name of Corporation. 



Tax on 
Bank 
Stock. 



Interest 

and 
Penalty. 



Total 
Receipts. 



Union National Mt. Joy Bank. Mount Joy 1,000 00 

Fanners' and Merchants* National Bank, Mount Morris, 160 28 

People's National Bank. Mt. Pleasant, 320 30 

First National Bank. Mount Pleasant 927 84 

Central National Bank. Mt. Union, 338 16 

First National Bank, Mt Union. 248 60 

MountTlUe National Bank. Monntville, 404 01 

Union National Bank, Mt Wolf, 165 80 

First National Bank, Montgomery, 427 23 

Farmers' and Citiaens* National Bank, Montgomery 229 21 

First National Bank. Montoursvllle 250 00 

Citixens' National Bank, Monaca, 31614 

Honaca National Bank, Monaca 1ST 88 

First National Bank, Monongahela City 286 07 

First National Bank, Monessen 408 66 

People's National Bank, Monessen, 620 54 

First National Bank, Moscow, 165 01 

Cltisens' National Bank. Mnncy 294 84 

First National Bank, Mnnhall. 219 20 

First National Bank, Natrona 500 00 

First National Bank, Nantlcoke, 1,000 00 

Nantlcoke National Bank, Nantlcoke 1.000 00 

Nasareth National Bank, Nasareth, 1,000 00 

Second National Bank, Nazareth 432 32 

First National Bank. Nesqnehonlng. 135 08 

First National Bank, New Albany. 139 09 

First National Bank, New Bloomfleld 500 00 

New Alexander National Bank, New Alexander 260 00 

First National Bank, New Bethlehem 639 82 

Old National Bank of New Brighton. New Brighton. 667 92 

Union National Bank, New Brighton 742 08 

First National Bank, New Berlin 126 75 

Cltlxens' National Bank. New Castle 2,000 00 

First National Bank. New Castle 3 000 00 

National Bank of Lawrence County, New Castle, 1,500 00 

Union National Bank. New Castle, 503 41 

New Comberland National Bank. New Cnmberland 250 00 

First National Bank. New Freedom, 276 88 

New Florence National Bank. New Florence 142 33 

New Holland National Bank. New Holland 842 58 

Fanners' National Bank, New Holland, 352 83 

First National Bank, New Kensington, 43164 

Orange National Bank, New Mllford, 156 23 

First National Bank, New Salem 23167 

First National Bank, Newport 600 00 

Cltisens* National Bank. Newport 326 74 

First National Bank, Newtown, 1.000 00 

First National Bank. NewviUe 707 12 

Farmers* National Bank, NewTllle, 124 34 

First National Bank. Nicholson, 32194 

New Trlpola National Bank. 176 81 

First National Bank, New Wllimlngton 362 20 

First National Bank. Norrlstown. 1,376 84- 

Montgomery National Bank, Norrlstown, 2.000 00 

People's National Bank, Norrlstown 1.19168 

First National Bank. Nortli Bast 534 56 

National Bank, North East. 265 97 

Northumberland National Bank, Northumberland 699 90 

North Wales National Bank, North Wales. 444 69 

First National Bank, Oakdale 516 44 

First National Bank, Oakmont 399 89 

Oil City National Bank, Oil City 590 44 

First National Bank. Oil City 80166 

T^imberton National Bank. Oil City 1,000 00 

First National Bank, Oley 209 61 



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Off. Doc. 



Receipts from Corporations and Associations— CoQtJnned. 



NATIONAL BANKS^-Continued. 



Name of Corporation. 



Tax on 
Bnnk 
Stoclc. 



Interest 

and 
Penalty. 



Total 
Receipts. 



First National Bank, Olyphant, 88137 

First National Bank, Orbisonia 159 61 

Orbisonia National Bank. Orbisonia, 115 2S 

First National Bank, Orwifrsbnrg 47190 

First National Bank, Osceola, 464 85 

Farmers* National Bank. Oxford 616 07 

National Bank of Oxford. Oxford 1,046 07 

First National Bank. Palmerton 192 61 

Parnassus National Bank. Parnassus 190 75 

Parkesbnrg National Bank, Parkesburg 833 87 

First National Bank, Parkers* Landing 182 72 

First National Bank. Patton 742 91 

Grange National Bank, Patton 33186 

Peck ville National Bank, Peckvllle 368 20 

First National Bank, Perkasie 678 80 

First National Bank, Perryopolls 500 00 

First National Bank, Pen Argyl 982 98 

Pen Argyl National Bank, Pen Axgyl 314 67 

Penbrook National Bank 17127 

First National Bank. Petersburg 116 40 

Farmers* National Bank, Pennsburg 750 00 

First National Bank. Phllipsburg. 1.000 00 

Pine Grove National Bank 140 29 

First National Bank, Pltcalrn 426 00 

First National Bank, Plttston 2,500 00 

First National Bank, Plumrille 209 62 

Pleasant Unity National Bank, Pleasant Unity 202 65 

Plymouth National Bank, Plymouth 769 37 

First NaHonal Bank, Plymouth 1,000 00 

First National Bank. Point Marion 250 00 

People's National Bank. Point Marion, 286 00 

Portland National Bank, Portland 321 40 

First National Bank, Port AUegany 420 37 

First National Bank, Portage, 406 55 

Citirons* National Bank, Pottstown, 1,000 00 

National Bank of Pottstown, Pottstown 3.000 00 

National Iron Bank, Pottstown, 1.638 63 

Miners' National Bank, PottsTille 4,39163 

Merchants' National Bank, Pottsville 79165 

Pennsylvania National Bank, Pottsville 1,60151 

County National Bank, Puiixsutawney 490 79 

Punxsutawney National Bank, Punxsutawney 2,000 00 

Farmers' and Mechanics' National Bank, Pboenlxville, 777 61 

National Bank of Pboenlxville . Pboenlxville 1,467 17 

Bank of North America, Philadelphia 10.000 00 

Centennial National Bank. Philadelphia 3.000 00 

Central National Bank. Philadelphia 10.000 OO 

Corn Exchange National Bank, Philadelphia, 10.000 00 

Eighth National Bank, Philadelphia 2,760 00 

Farmers' and Mechanics' National Bank, Philadelphia. 14,116 90 

First National Bank, Philadelphia 12.6.'>0 34 

Fourth Street National Bank. Philadelphia 30.000 00 

Franklin National Bank. Philadelphia, 10,000 00 

Glrard National Bank, Philadelphia 20.000 00 

Kensington National Bank, Philadelphia 2,433 70 

Manajnmk National Bank, Philadelphia, 2.U00 00 

Market Street National Bank, Philadelphia 9.950 09 

National Bank of Germanto^'n. Philadelphia, 2,000 00 

National Security Bank, Philadelphia 2.500 00 

Ninth National Bank, Philadelphia 3,000 00 

Northern National Bank- Philadelphia 1.718 67 

Northwestern National Bank, Philadelphia 2,000 00 

Penn National Bank, Philadelphia 5,000 00 

Philadelphia National Bank, Philadelphia 15,000 00 

Quaker City National Bank, Philadelphia 4,140 68 



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Receipts from Corporation.«i and Associations— Gontinaed. 



NATIONAL BANKS— Continued. 



Name of Corporation. 



Tax on 
Bank 
Stock. 



Interest 

and 
Penalty. 



Total 
B^ceipts. 



Second National Bank. Philadelphia 2.800 00 

Sixth National Bank. PhlUdelphia 1,500 00 

Sonthwark National Bank, Philadelphia 1.717 51 

Southwestern National Bank, Philadelphia, 1.4S7 11 

Textile National Bank, Philadelphia 1.282 85 

Tenth National Bank, Philadelphia 1,302 63 

Third National Bank, PhlladelphU &,8«2 98 

Tradesmen National Bank, Philadelphia, 6,000 00 

Union National Bank, Philadelphia 8.979 34 

Bank of Pittsburgh National Association, Pittsburgh 23.572 OS 

Columbia National Bank. Pittsburgh 6,000 00 

Commercial National Bank. Pittsburgh 760 32 

Diamond National Bank. Pittsburgh, 6,000 00 

Duquesne National Bank, Pittsburgh, 4.500 35 

Exchange National Bank, Pittsburgh, 5,766 31 

Farmers' Deposit Na tlonal Bank , Pittsburgh, 30 , 166 11 

First National Bank of Birmingham. Pittsburgh 815 S>5 

First-Second National Bank, Pittsburgh 24.244 36 

German National Bank, Pittsburgh 2,000 00 

Keystone National Bank, Pittsburgh 4.397 25 

Marine National Bank, Pittsburgh 1.846 97 

Mellon National Bank. Pittsburgh. 37,515 98 

Metropolitan National Bank. Pittsburgh 8.684 43 

Monongahela National Bank. Pittsburgh, 10,000 00 

PennsylTania National Bank , Pittsburgh 1, 557 31 

People's National Bank, Pittsburgh, 10.000 00 

Second National Bank of Allegheny, Pittsburgh 3,000 00 

Third National Bank, Pittsburgh, 2,767 78 

Union National Bank, Pittsburgh 20,000 00 

Western National Bank, Pittsburgh 5.344 28 

Merchant National Bank, Quakertown 407 26 

Quakertown National Bank. Quakertown, 1.000 00 

Quarryville National Bank. QuarryviUe, 600 00 

Farmers' National Bank, Quarryrille 355 04 

First National Bank. Ralston 153 23 

Farmers* National Bank, Reading. 4,000 20 

First National Bank, Reading 2,063 00 

Keystone National Bank. Reading, 1,000 00 

National Union Bank. Reading, 2.000 00 

Penn National Bank, Reading 1,000 00 

Reading National Bank, Reading 2.000 00 

Second National Bank, Reading 3.000 00 

First National Bank, Red Lion 500 00 

Farmers' and Merchants' National Bank, Red Lion 569 44 

ReedsTllIe National Bank, Reedsville 42162 

First National Bank, Renovo 500 00 

First National Bank, Republic, 125 76 

First National Bank, Reynoldsville 738 19 

Citisens' National Bank, Reynoldsville, 26135 

Rice's Landing National Bank, Rice's Landing, 210 11 

First National Bank, Rlegelsville 202 22 

Richland National Bank, Richland 17114 

Blk County National Bank, Ridgway, 1,000 00 

Rldgway National Bank, Ridgway 582 44 

First National Bank, Ringtowi\. 239 62 

First National Bank, Rlmersbnrg 258 62 

First National Bank, Rochester 808 35 

People's National Bank, Rochester, 348 05 

Farmers' and Merchants' National Bank, Rockwood 124 50 

First National Bank. Rockwood 250 00 

Farmers* National Bank, Rome 132 01 

National Bank of Royersford, Royersford 1.130 42 

First National Bank, Roscoe, 335 89 

First National Bank. Russelton 147 48 

Rural Valley National Bank, Rural Valley 264 73 



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Off. Doc. 



Receipts from OorporatiooB and ABsociationa— Continued. 
NATIONAL BANKS— Continued. 



Name of CJorporation. 



Tax on 
Bank 
Stock. 



Interest 

and 
Penalty. 



Total 
Receipts. 



First National Bank, Sayre, BOO 00 

The National Bank, Sayre 257 70 

First National Bank, Saltsburg JJJ JJ 

First National Bank. Saxton 2M 00 

National Bank of SchwenksvIUe. Schwenksville, ^»S25 S 

First National Bank, Schaeffeistown 174 03 

First NaUonal Bank, Schellsburg 1^ » 

Broadway National Bank, Soottdale 395 12 

First National Bank, Scottdale 600 00 

First National Bank, Scenery Hill „ }5? 5J 

First National Bank. Scranton, ^'tSJ 55 

People's National Bank, Scranton, J'JS S 

Third National Bank, Scranton 1 '222 22 

Traders' National Bank, Scranton 4,792 68 

Union National Bank, Scranton, ^'^ K 

First National Bank, Schuylkill Haven BOO 00 

Cement National Bank, Siegfried 600 00 

First National Bank, Selinsgrove 600 00 

Farmers' NaUonal Bank, Sellnsgrove 256 00 

SellersTllle National Bank, SeUersvllle 750 00 

Seven Valleys National Bank }J4 28 

First National Bank, Sewlckley, , JXJ SI 

National Bank, Shamokln, ;...•••••••■, J '222 22 

Market Street National Bank, Shamokln. 1,000 00 

First National Bank, Sharon * ^'S? 52 

McDoweU National Bank, Sharon, •••«••; •ou SJ J? 

Merchant and Manufacturing National Bank, Sharon 908 90 

First National Bank. SharpsviUe. 5M 79 

Sheffield National Bank, Sheffield 600 00 

First National Bank, Shenandoah ^'222 22 

Citizens' National Bank. Shenandoah 782 52 

Merchants* National Bank, Shenandoah 1'29? 92 

First National Bank, Sheridan, Pittsburgh &4 46 

First National Bank, Shinglehouse. 223 46 

First National Bank, South Fork, ,522 22 

St. Marys National Bank, St. Marys ^-TE S 

First National Bank. Spangler, 428 45 

Grange National Bank, SparUnsburg, 112 21 

Sprlngdale National Bank. Sprlngdale 193 21 

National Bank of Spring City, ^'SS f! 

First National Bank. Spring Grove, 389 66 

People's National Bank, Spring Grove 244 M 

First National Bank, Stewartstown 418 00 

People's National Bank. Stewartstown. 295 07 

Stroudsburg National Bank. Stroudsburg 1,000 00 

First National Bank. State College 384 59 

First National Bank, Shickshinny 400 00 

First National Bank, Shlppensburg 750 00 

People's National Bank, Shippensburg 438 68 

First National Bank, ShippenvUle, 16169 

National Bank of Slatington, Slatington 802 80 

Citisens' National Bank, Slatington, 600 00 

Sllgo National Bank, Sligo 141 ffi 

First National Bank. Slippery Bock 250 00 

Citizens' National Bank, Slippery Rock 177 02 

Grange National Bank, Smethport B26 62 

First National Bank, Smlthfleld 184 26 

First National Bank, Smithton 172 33 

First National Bank, Somerfield 218 14 

First National Bank. Somerset 600 00 

Farmers' National Bank. Somerset 354 17 

South Bethlehem National Bank, South Bethlehem 500 00 

L'nion National Bank. Souderton J '292 22 

Steelton National Bank, Steelton, 1,412 87 



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43 



Receipts from Corporations and Associations—Continued. 



NATIONAL BANKSr-Continued. 



Name of Corporation. 



Tax on 
Bank 
Stock. 



Interest 

and 
Penalty. 



Total 
Receipts. 



Strausstown National Bank, Strausstown, 

First National Bank, Stoyestown. 

First National Bank, Strasburg 

First National Bank, Stoneboro 

First National Bank, Stroudsborg, 

Monroe County National Bank, Stroudsbnrg 

Union National Bank. SummerylUe. 

First National Bank, Sunbury, 

Snnbury National Bank, fiunbury 

City National Bank, Susquehanna, 

First National Bank, Susquehanna, 

First National Bank. SutersTille, 

Swarthmore National Bank, Swarthmore 

First National Bank, Swineford 

First National Bank. Swissvale 

First National Bank. SykesviUe 

First National Bank, Tamaqua, 

Tamaqua National Bank 

National Bank of Tarentum. Tarentum, 

People's National Bank of Tarentum, 

Terre HUl National Bank. Terre Hill 

Grange National Bank, Tioga, 

Telford National Bank, Telford, 

First National Bank. Three Springs 

Farmers' National Bank, Thompson town 

Citizens' National Bank, Tionesta 

Forest County National Bank, Tionesta, 

Second National Bank, Titusville 

National Bank, Topton 

First National Bank, Turtle Creek 

Citizens' National Bank, Towanda, 

First National Bank, Towanda, 

Tower City National Bank, Tower City 

First National Bank. Trafford City 

Grange National Bank, Troy 

Citizens' National Bank, Tunkhannock 

Wyoming National Bank, Tunkhannock, 

TurbotvUle National Bank 

Fanners* and Merchants' National Bank, Tyrone. 
First National Bank. Tyrone, 

Blair County National Bank, Tyrone, 

First National Bank. TroTorton 

Tremont National Bank, Tremont 

First National Bank, Ulster 

Home National Bank, Union City 

National Bank, Union Ci^ 

Orange National Bank, Ulysses, 

National Bank of Fayette County, Uniontown. ... 

Second National Bank, Uniontown, 

First National Bank, Vanderbllt 

Citizens' National Bank. Vundorgrift 

First National Bank, Verona 

First National Bank. Wampum, 

Citizens' National Bank, Warren, 

First National Bank, Warren 

Warren National Bank 

Citizens' National Bank, Washington, 

First National Bank, Washington, 

People's National Bank, Washington, 

Watsontown National Bank, Watsontown. 

Farmers' National Bank, Watsontown, 

Bnsworth National Bank, Waterford 

Citizens' National Bank, Waynesboro, 

People's National Bank, Waynesboro. 

American NntiQiua Bank, Waynesburg 



129 19 
246 27 
68188 
182 40 
500 00 


600 00 
268 89 
2.000 00 
628U 
250 78 


506 0» 
182 06 
369 69 
260 00 
268 27 


14140 

1.000 00 

1.089 77 

500 00 

445 87 


225 9ft 

2U76 
817 62 
126 76 
129 75 


806 58 
600 00 
2.662 42 
182 85 
26191 


1.600 00 

1.20169 

260 00 

170 33 

457 58 


418 03 
909 28 
150 18 
587 09 
1,000 00 


1,026 14 
172 66 
164 42 
168 80 
247 00 


712 61 

159 41 

1,000 00 

1,167 15 

154 13 


834 65 
600 00 
177 18 
682 96 
1,000 00 


2.562 09 

2.000 00 

2.018 97 

890 42 

409 62 


600 00 

143 78 

707 40 

1.000 00 

1,076 46 



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Off. Doc. 



Receipts from Corporations and Associations— €k>ntinue<l. 



NATIONAL BANKS-^Continued. 



Name of Corporation. 



Tax on 
Bank 
Stock. 



Interest 

and 
Penalty. 



Total 
Receipts. 



Citizens' National Bank, Waynesbiirs, 2.000 00 

People's National Bank, Waynesburg, MS 22 

First National Bank, Webster, 184 46 

First National Bank, Weatherly ilSTI 

First National Bank, Wellsboro 1,70138 

Weissport National Bank 127 1ft 

WelUvlUe National Bank 133 13 

Wernersville National Bank BOO 00 

West Alexander National Bank. West Alexander, 250 00 

People's National Bank, West Alexander 243 03 

First National Bank, Westchester 1,567 86 

National Bank of Chester County. West Chester 2.260 00 

People's National Bank, West Conshohocken 119 26 

First National Bank, West Newton 789 04 

National Bank, of West Grove, West Orore 636 88 

Farmers' and Traders' National Bank, Westfteld 369 83 

First National Bank. West Middlesex, 108 93 

First National Bank, Wilkes-Barre. 3.750 00 

Luzerne County National Bank , Wilkes-Barre 2, 240 18 

Second National Bank, Wilkes-Barre 6,000 00 

Wyoming National Bank, Wilkes-Barre 1,500 00 

First National Bank, Wilson 200 09 

Central National Bank. Wilkiusburg 576 29 

First National Bank, Wilkinsburg 500 00 

First National Bank, Williamsburg 368 37 

Farmers' and Merchants' National Bank, Williamsburg, 143 42 

First National Bank, Williamsport. 8,000 00 

Lycoming National Bank. Williamsport 1,000 00 

West Branch National Bank, Williamsport 4,000 00 

Williamsport National Bank , Williamsport, 953 45 

Bituminous National Bank. Wlnbum 290 77 

Citizens' National Bank, Wlndber 390 51 

East Pittsburgh National Bank, Wilmerdlng 1,000 00 

Wilmerding National Bank. Wilmerdlng 363 91 

First National Bank, WrightsvlUe, 1,029 78 

National Bank, Wyalusing 233 06 

First National Bank. Wyoming 429 61 

Yardley National Bank, Yardley 720 00 

Drovers' and Mechanics' National Bank. York 906 87 

Central National Bank, York, , 632 47 

First National Bank, York 2.393 21 

Industrial National Bank, York, 29132 

Western National Bank, York, 1,109 00 

York County National Bank, York 3,000 00 

York National Bank. York 8,363 09 

First National Bank, York Springs 235 56 

First National Bank, Youngwood 250 00 

First National Bank. Yonngsvillo 327 67 

People's National Bank, Zelienople, 264 89 

Total. 1946,879 22 



228 96 



1359 87 1947.239 09 



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Uccelptfl from Corporations and Assoclstions— Continued. 



2. INCORPORATED STATE BANKS. 



Name of Corporation. 



Tu on 
Bank 
Stock. 



Exam- 
ination. 



Bonus. 



Interest 

and 
Penaltj. 



Total 
Receipts. 



Ohio Valley Bank, Allegheny |5S^ 05 

People's Deposit Bank, Annvllle 302 92 

Avaion Bank. Ayalon, 311 G4 

Cltisens' Bank, Albion, 

Ridge Ayenue Deposit Bank, Allentown 290 25 

Arehbald Bank. Arcfabald /. 977 51 

SUte Bank of Avis. Avis 179 6S 

SUte Bank of Braddock, Braddock. 835 67 

People's State Bank. Boswcll 134 13 

Merchants' and Mechanics Bank, Brackenridge, 223 00 

People's Bank, California 444 58 

Liberty Discount and Sayings Bank, Carbon- 
dale 42875 

Miners' and Mechanics' Saving Bank, Carbon- 
dale 1,00000 

Pioneer Dime Bank, Carbondale, 742 02 

Carlisle Deposit Bank, Carlisle 1,460 19 

People's Bank, Carnegie, 

Conemaugh Deposit Bank, Conemaugh, 222 73 

Bank of Charleroi. Charleroi 750 00 

Carrick Bank (The), Carrick 254 60 

Fanners' Deposit Bank, Cresson 

Bank of Oorry. Corry 

Farmers' State Bank, Dalmatla 130 73 

Farmers' and Merchants' Bank, Dillsbnrg, 15118 

Darby Bank, Darby 

Bank of Donoroa. Donora, 688 00 

Fidelity Deposit and Discount Bank, Dunmore, 600 00 

State Bank. Dravasburg 578 96 

Citizens' Bank of Derry, Derry 209 86 

People's State Bnnk. East Berlin 174 06 

State Bank, Elizabeth, ^2 10 

Elisabethtown Exchanirp Bank, Ellzabethtown, GOO 00 

Lykens Valley Bank. ElizabethvlUe. 2S6 97 

Cameron County Bank, Emporium, 

People's Bank. Erie 1.360 60 

People's Bank, Filrrell 8169 

Preebnrg State Bank, Freeburg 134 31 

Citizens' Bank. Fayette City 378 44 

People's Bank, Ford City 22185 

Exchange Bank. Frnnklln 1,000 00 

Citizens' Bank, Freeland 809 67 

Freeport Bank. Freenort 500 OO 

Glen Lyon Bank, Glen Lyon 165 97 

Glen Rock State Bank, Glen Rock, 129 71 

Farmers' State Bank. Hellam 132 00 

fiLxth Street Bank. Harrisburg, 331 69 

Citizens' Rank. Harri.sburg 804 41 

Commercial Bank. Harrisburg 760 35 

Eaut End Bank, Harrisburg 418 09 

Hamburg Savings Bank. Hamburg, 500 00 

Savings Fund Society, Hanover, 600 OO 

Farmers' State Bank. Hanover, .<«R 48 

People's Bank. Hanover 500 00 

Keystone Bank. Harrisburg. 

Markle Bankinir and Tni^tt Company. Hazleton, 1.000 00 

Farmers' and Mechanics' Bank, Honesdale. 432 00 

Honesdale Dime Bank. Honondale. .: 86fi 80 

Wayne County Savings Bank. Honesdale 2,000 00 

Farmers' Bank, Hnmmelstown, 549 82 

Hawley Bank. H.iwley, 306 54 

Farmers* Bank, Indiana, 1,775 12 

Indiana Connty Denosit Bank, Indiana 1,00000 

Glass Ci^ Union Deposit Bank. Jeannette 273 06 

Jonestown Bank. Jonestown 48151 

Deposit and flarings Bank, Kingston l.OOO OO 

Farmers* Book, KntjEtown, 378 24 



$88 98 

29 48 

33 82 

31 23 

30 62 


$62903 

83240 

315 46 

3122 

31087 


35 38 

27 78 

3468 

27 30 

3244 


14 419 08 

20746 

370 K 

161 43 

25544 


3230 


' 47688 


3592 


464 67 


8370 

4212 

6238 


1.08370 

784 14 

1.61287 


16667 

• 291? 

6114 

30 80 

2726 


166 67 

25186 

81114 

28589 

27 26 


.8334 

27 23 

2908 

84 16 

3638 


8334 

157 95 

180 20 

8116 

67438 


46 38 

3328 

Z720 

2904 

3438 


64638 

61228 

286 56 

20810 

48648 


3420 

301G 

166«J7 

7246 


534 20 

31913 

16667 

1,43306 

06 81 95 


2898 

2990 

27 78 

5992 

47 80 


15129 

40834 

249 63 

1,059 92 

867 47 


4214 

3160 

2800 

2878 

3798 


64214 

197 67 

15771 

If087 

36267 


3084 

41 28 

3990 

4352 

70 12 


^S6 X 

801 63 

45799 

MS 62 

570 12 


3448 

4118 

166 67 

9436 

3568 


392 9fi 

64118 

166 67 

1.004 36 

467 77 


436? 

930O 

8322 

3170 

7620 


900 51 

2.003 00 

58304 

3^8 24 

1.85192 


3443 

31 2S 

8002 

Tl 42 

8160 


1.0R4 42 

3«? 25 

461 58 

1.07142 

41290 


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Receipts from Corporations and Assodatlons— Continued. 



INCORPORATED STATE BANKS-Oontinued . 



Name of Corporation. 



Tax on 

Bank 

Stock. 



Bxam- 
ination. 



Bonos. 



Interest 

and 
Penaltj. 



Total 
ieceipts. 



Dime Deposit Bank, Kalpmont 2S1 60 

Dime Bank of Lansford, Lansford, aS3 66 

People's Bank, Langhome 689 40 

North Side Bank, Lebanon 253 93 

Lehlghton Dime Bank, Lehlghton, 

Littlestown Sayings Institution. Littlestown. .. 260 00 

Miners' Deposit Bank, Lykens, 600 00 

Llnesville State Bank. LinesTlIIe 161 20 

Marlon Bank, Marion, 14^58 

Fnlton County Bank, McConnellsburg, 817 67 

Farmers' Bank. McSherrysto wn S27 23 

City Bank, McKeesport SiS 38 

Merchants' Bank, McKeesport, 

People's Bank, McKeesport 2,000 00 

Farmers' Bank. Middletown 740 S6 

Farmers' Bank. Miffllnbnrg 208 S» 

Mifflinburg Bank, Miminburg 640 00 

Bank of Mlllyale, Mlllvale 60168 

Path Valley Bank, 

Muncy Banking Co., Muncy, 326 21 

Mill Hall State Bank. Mill Hall 1S9 02 

Mont Alto State Bank, Mont Alto 

Commonwealth Bank. Mead vUle 350 12 

Bank of Newberry, Newberry. . : 419 2R 

New Enterprise Bank, New Bnterprlse, 107 02 

Farmers' and MerchaUts* Bank, New Oxford, .. 471 81 
Farmers' and Mechanics' Bank, Northumber- 
land, 129 47 

Old Forge Discount and Deposit Bank. Old 

Forge, 83» 82 

Olney Bank. Olney 156 57 

Citiaens' Banking Co., Oil City 586 17 

People's Bank, Oxford 266 M 

State Bank of Parkers Landing, Parkers Lttnd- 

Ing 13065 

Farmers' Bank. Parkersburg 126 43 

Citizens' Bank, Parsons. 268 53 

Olyphant Bank, Olyphant 740 97 

South wark Co-operative Banking Association, 

Philadelphia 

Ridge Ayenue Bank, Philadelphia 1,662 43 

Broad Street Bank. Philadelphia 320 44 

Drovers' and Merchants' Bank. Philadelphia 

Employes of John Wanamaker, Philadelphia Co- 
operatiye Association 88 96 

First Belmonte Mezzangno Italian Banking As- 
sociation, Philadelphia, 

North Penn Bank, Philadelphia M8 23 

Economical Co-operative Banking Association 

Germantown Avenue Bank. Philadelphia, 

Bank of Commerce, Philadelphia 1.896 70 

Bank of Independence, Philadelphia 

Fox Chase Bank, Philadelphia 500 00 

American Bank. Philadelphia 1.198 91 

Italian Co-operative Banking Association, Phila- 
delphia 67 62 

Olney Bank, Philadelphia, 222 10 

People's Bank. Philadelnhia 295 68 

Pennsylvania State Bank. Philadelphia 

SUte Bank of Philadelphia 262 74 

West Philadelnhia Bank, Philadelphia 613 31 

West Phila. Co-operative Banking Association, 

Women's Wear Manufacturers' Co-operative 

Banking Association, Philadelphia 

All Nations Bank, Pittsburgh ^.... 638 40 

Allegheny Valley Bank, Pittsburgh r.... 399 53 

Anchor Savings Bank. Pittsburgh, 1.000 00 

Arsenal Bank, Pittsburgh 1.000 00 



27 86 
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286 19 
682 40 
28201 
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36 72 
80 92 
28 36 
33 06 




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636 72 
192 22 
174 94 
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89 98 
37 08 




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786 93 


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885 74 
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'47 



Receipts from Corporations and Associations— Continued. 



INCORPORATED STATE BANKS-Continued . 



Name of Corporation. 



Tax on 


Bxnm- 


Bank 


ination. 


Stock. 





Bonos. 



Interest 

and 
Penalty. 



Total 
aecelpts. 



Bank of Secured Sayings, Pittsburgh , 1, 078 16 

City Deposit Bank, Plttsburgli 2,000 00 

Farmers^ Deposit Savings Bank, Pittsburgh, .. 1,000 00 

Fifth Avenue Bank . Pittsburgh 817 30 

Freehold Bank, Pittsburgh 2,000 00 

Germania Savings Bank, Pittsburgh 8, 262 02 

German Savings and Deposit Bank, Pittsburgh, 1,887 39 

Homewood People'« Bank. Pittsburgh, 342 93 

Iron and Glass Dollar Savings Bank, Pitts- 
burgh 2,04269 

Liberty Savings Bank, Pittsburgh 640 46 

Manufacturers' Bank, Pittsburgh 1,364 63 

Merchants' Bank, Pittsburgh. 266 06 

Park Bank, Pittsburgh 500 00 

People's Saving Bank, Pittsburgh 7, 937 19 

Pittsburgh Bank of Savings, Pittsburgh 

Pennsylvania Savings Bank, Pittsburgh 632 29 

PoUthanla State Bank, Pittsburgh 263 73 

Pittsburgh State Bank, Pittsburgh. 267 02 

Union Savings Bank, Pittsburgh, 8, 430 41 

Western Savings and Deposit Bank, Pitts- 
burgh 2.50000 

Workingman's Savings Bank and Trust Co., .. l.OOO 00 

Palmyra Bank, Palmyra 60O 00 

Dime Bank, Pittston, 610 58 

Miners' Saving Bank, Pittston 1,000 00 

People's Union Savings Bank, Pittston 1,642 17 

Safe Deposit Bank. Pottsville 2,399 72 

Union Safe Deposit Bank, PottsviUe 817 35 

Tri-County Banking Co., Pottstown. 

Miners' and Merchants' Deposit Bank, Portage, 359 47 

Neversink Bank, Beading 603 80 

SchuylkiU YaUey Bank, Reading l.OOO 00 

People's State Bank. Bed Lion, 226 58 

State Bank, Benovo 237 04 

State Bank of Roulette, Roulette. 

Seemstown Bxchange Bank, Beemstown 172 18 

Merchants' and Miners' Bank, Scalp Level 132 64 

St. Thomas Bank, St. Thomas 

Bosak State Bank, Scranton, 314 72 

Pine Brook Bank, Scranton 246 64 

Citizens' State Bank, Salisbury 

Green Ridge Bank, Scranton, 30110 

Keystone Bank. Scranton, 425 00 

Merchants' and Mechanics' Bank, Scranton 

North Scranton Bank, Scranton. 600 00 

Scranton Savings and Dime Bank, Scranton, .. 3,689 13 

County Savings Bank, Scranton. 2.000 00 

South Side Bank. Scranton. 600 00 

West Side Bank. Scranton 897 37 

Providence Bank, Scranton, 546 87 

Electric City Bank of Scranton. Scranton 526 72 

Shamokin Banking Co.. Shamokin, 599 52 

Farmers' and Mechanics' Bank. Sharpsburg. .. 1,000 00 

Shrewsbury Savings Institution. Shrewsbury, .. 889 56 

Snow Shoe Bank, Snow Shoe 122 46 

People's Bank, Steelton 408 17 

Citizens' Bank, St. Clair 395 40 

Mercer County State Bank, Sandy Lake 

South Philadelphia State Bank. South Phila- 
delphia, 

Taylor Discount and Deposit Bank, Tsylor. 

State Bank, Tidioute asi 48 

Commercial Bank. TitnsvlIIe 1,500 00 

Valley View Bank. Valley View 182 13 

Warren Savings Bank, Warren 1,557 00 

Bank of Waynesboro. Waynesboro, 1,975 OS 



6174 

16088 

163 98 

49 12 

90 68 


1.18990 

2.160 83 

1.16898 

86642 

2.06068 


307 22 

11124 

4240 


3.45»24 

1.99663 

38533 


8074 

6320 


2.12843 

mw 


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3458 

6564 

30618 

264 42 


X.313 17 

30064 

55&64 

8.24ft37 

26442 


4576 

29 92 

2860 

84028 


67806 

28366 

26600 
8.77090 




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14650 

4016 

8794 

116 78 

7150 


1.146 50 

64016 

648 52 

1.115 78 

1.713 67 


9870 

49 10 

25 32 

2986 

3820 


2 42 2.496 84 

866 45 

2682 

38383 

537 00 


4196 

2894 

303S 

27 16 8i 34 


1.04196 

264 47 

267 42 

110 60 


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40 26 

2916 


172 18 

150 78 

83 34 

85498 

274 80 


83S4 

3062 

4182 

4174 

4672 


83 31 

83168 

466 82 

4174 

64672 


11890 

106 48 666 67 

4640 

5456 

89 80 


3.CT8 09 

2.773 15 

64640 

78 962 71 
68667 


8624 

3488 

4698 

3744 

2722 


562 96 

63440 

1.04598 

4270O 

149 67 


3332 

3646 

28 62 


441 49 

42986 

2862 


166 57 

4210 


16667 

4210 


3030 

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30 20 

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1.574 86 

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1.69846 

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Off. Doc. 



Receipts from Corporatioos and ABSOclatiooK— Continued. 



INCORPORATED STATE BANKS— Continued . 



Name of Corporation. 



Tax on 

Bank 

Stock. 




Farmers' and Merchants' Bank, West Newton, 

West Side Bank, West Plttston 

Miners' Bank. West Hazleton, 

Dime Savings Bank of Chester County. West 

Chester 

White Haven Savings Bank, White Haven, .. 

Slavonic Deposit Bank, Wilkes-Barrc 

Heights Deposit Bank. Wllkec-Barre, 

Hanover Bank. Wilkes- Barre 

Miners' Bank, Wllkeft-Barre 

Wilkes-Barre Deposit and Savings 
Wilkes-Barre 



Bank. 



South Side Bank, Wilkes-Barre 

Dime Deposit Bank, Wilkes-Barre 

People's Bank, Wilkes-Barre 

Wllkinsburg Bank, Wilklnsburg 

Savings Inst., City of Wililamaport, Williams- 
port 

Citizens' State Bank, Wllliamsport 

Williams Valley Bank, Willlamstown 

Citiaens' Bank of Wind Gap 

WomelRdorf Union Bank. Womelsdorf, 

People's State Bank. Wyalusing 

City Bank, York, 



598 46 
22S 40 
104 36 



250 00 

626 51 

317 29 

320 90 

6,320 16 

1.500 00 

629 72 
1.465 36 
1,425 00 

500 00 

1,602 75 

235 12 
372 93 
242 37 
500 00 
101 35 

1.918 2S 



39 08 
30 16 
27 34 

34 00 
37 64 

49 06 
33 30 
33 38 

246 62 

99 52 

40 74 
57 82 

146 78 
54 10 

67 68 

30 06 
32 80 
26 56 
37 80 
26 46 

75 26 



TotaU $139,968 27 $9,888 48 $2,386 73 



637 54 

256 56 

131 70 

34 00 

287 64 

674 67 

3S0 5» 

954 28 

6.566 78 

1.599 52 

670 46 

1.523 18 

1.571 78 

554 10 

1.670 4S 

265 12 

405 72 

268 98 

537 W 

^ 127 81 

1.993 40 

$5 60 $152. 210 08 



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48 



ReceiDts from CorporatiooB and Associations— Continued. 



3. INCORPORATED SAVINGS INSTITUTIONS. 



Name of Ck>rporatlon. 



Tax on 
Income. 



Examlna- 
tlona. 



Johnstown Savings Bank, Johnstown, 

Beneficial Savings Fund Society, Philadelphia, 

First Penny Savings Bank, Philadelphia 

People's Savings Bank. Philadelphia, 

Philadelphia Savings Fund fiociety, Philadelphia 

Savings Fund Society of Germantown and Vicinity, Philadelphia, 

Theo. Starr Savings Bank, Philadelphia 

Western SavingB Fund Society, Philadelphia, 

Dollar Savings Bank, Pittsburgh 

Dime Savings Bank of Chester Obnnty, West Chester, 

Jelco Savings Fund (Private bank), Conshohocken, 

Total 



%2S0 00 
3,002 64 



86,673 30 

i.eoi 4a 

47 99 

9,124 16 

1,588 12 

244 6S 



960.651 71 



$53 00 
2X0. 00 
66 00 

26 00 
1.3M 00 

144 00 

27 00 
419 00 
374 00 



26 00 
12,717 00 



4—2—1917 



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Receipts from Corporations and Associations— Continued. 



5. BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATIONS. 



Name of Corporation. 



Building 

and Loan 

Stock. 



Bxami- 
notions. 



Interest 

and 
Penalty. 



Total 
aeceipts. 



Acme Building and Loan Association, Pittsburgh... 
AUentown Turn Building and Loan, Pittsburgh,.... 

Albion Building and Loan Association, 

Armstrong Cork Workers Building and Ix>an Asso- 
ciation 

Ambridge Building and Loan Association, 

Anchor Building and Loan Association of Mans- 

-fleid, Carnegie 

Beayer County Building and Loan Association, New 

Brighton, 

Beaver Savings and Loan Association, Beaver, .. 
Board of Trade Building and Loan Association, 

Greenville 

Birmingham Dime Building and Loan Association, 

Pittsburgh, 

Bradford Building and Loan Association, Bradford, 

Catasauqua Building and Loan Association, 

Chester and Upland Building Association, 

Commercial Savings and Loan Association 

Central Building and Loan Association of Beaver 
County, Bochester, 

Central Building and Losn Association, Tyrone, .. 

Columbia, Building and Loan Association, Beaver 
Palls, 

Confidence Building and Loan Association, Pitts- 
burgh, 

Cosmopolitan Savings and Ix)an Association, Pitts- 
burgh 

Cumberland Valley Building and Loan Association, 

Dime Savings and Loan Association, Beaver Falls, 

Duncanvllle Building and Loan Association, 

Dollar Building and T>oan Association, 

Dime Savings Building and Loan Association, 

Sharpsburg, . . . ^ 

Bsst Pittsburgh Building and Loan Association, 

Turtle Creek, 

Eden Building Association, South Langhom, 

Elntracht Premium and Loan, Pittsburgh 

Bureka Investment Building and Loan, Phila- 
delphia, 

Bqultable Building and Loan Association, New 
Freedom, 

Equitable Building and Ix>an Association, German - 
town 

Fair Oaks Building and Loan, Ambridge, 

Farmers' Building and Loan Association, of Brush 

Creek. Rochester 

Fifth Avenue Buildina and Loan, Pittsburgh, 

Gallltzen Building snd Loan, 

Guarantee Savings and Loan Association, Steelton, 

German Fair Hill Building Association No. 2, 
Philadelphia 

George H. Earle, Jr. Building and Loan Associa- 
tion, 

Greenfield Building and Loan Association 

Grove City Building and Loan Association 

Haverford Building and Loan Association 

Hemlock Building and Loan, Pittsburgh, 

Hibernian Building and Loan, 

Home Protection Savings and Loan AsHOciation, 

New Brighton, 

Home Savings and Loan Association, Farrel 

Home Savings and Loan Association, Oil City, 

Homestead Building and Loan Association, Summit 
Hill 

Industrial Building and Loan Association, South 
Bethlehem, 

Iron City Deposit and Loan Association. Pitts- 
burgh, 

Keystone State Building and Loan Association. 
PI ttsburgh 

Kordeckl Building and Loan, 



$19 46 

96 50 

4 00 

40 

22 69 

33 30 

1,264 27 

73 70 

139 6» 

2600 

8466 

2800 

9 42 

4 00 

803 56 

130 

23020 

74080 

28 63 

34 40 

348 54 

8 57 

44 00 

337 60 

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282 74 

806 

25 64 

400 

98 26 

636 64 

133 62 

77 80 

37 82 

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18 90 

17 20 

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Lebanon 

Life Protective Savings and Loan 

Pittsburgh 

Memorial Building Association 

Uechanics' Mutual Loan and Building Association 

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Mozart Building and Loan Association, 

Modem Building and Loan Association 

Midland Savings and Loan Association, 

Mt. Lebanon Building and Loan, Pittsburgh 

Mutual Building and Loan Association, Freedom... 
Mutual Loan and Savings Association, Chambers- 
burg 

Mutual Guarantee Building and Loan Association, 
Philadelphia, 

New Building and Loan Association, BrldgeviUe, 

Ne«r Hope Building and Loan Association 

Ohio Valley Building and Loan Association, Ava- 
lon, 1908 to 1912 

Oxford Building Association, Philadelphia, 

Pennsylvania Saving Fund Association, New Castle, 
Pennsylvania Savings Fund and Loan Association, 

PitUburgh 

People's Building and Loan Association, Oil City, 
People's Building and Loan Association, Connells- 

People'*s Building and Loan Association, Beaver 
Falls 

Polish Building and Loan Association, Pittsburgh, 

Pioneer Building and Loan Association, Phila- 
delphU, 

Progressive Mutual Savings Trust and Loan Asso- 
ciation, Pittsburgh, 

Protective Savings and Loan Association, Nor- 
ristown, « 

Pyramid Building and Loan, Philadelphia, 



RiegelsviUe Building and Loan Association, 

Sarah Building and Loan Association, Pittsburgh, 
Saint Marys Savings and Investment, St. Marys, 
Scbenley Building and Loan Association, Pitts- 
burgh, 

Security Building and Savings Union, Scranton 



Second New Brighton Building and Loan Associa- 
tion. New Brighton, 

Sharon Building and Loan, Sharon 

Shenango Valley Building and Loan AsA>ciation, 
Sharon 

State Capital Savings and Loan Association, 
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Star Building and Loan, Sayre, 

Springdale Building and Loan Association, Spring- 
dale 

Square Deal Building and Loan Association, Phila- 
delphia, 

Teutonla Loan and Building, Altoona 

Tea Cent Tutor Building and Loan Association, 
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Thlnl Fair Hill BuUding Association, Philadelphia, 

Triumphant Building and Loan Association, Phila- 
delphia 

Unlontown Savings and Loan Association, Union- 
town, 

Vercna Bnildinf and Loan Association. Verona, .. 

Wharton Building Association No. 3. Philadelphia, 

Worklngmen's Building and Loan Association, 
Brie, 

Western Pennsylvania Building and Loan Associa- 
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128 07 
6 19 



40 80 

113 60 

49 17 

240 

689 55 

47 60 



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120 44 
478 26 


144 18 


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99 20 


204 40 


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3 72 
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866 98 
686 60 


67 86 


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156 80 



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270 59 
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Name of Corporation. 



Interest 
Oct. U. 

1915. 



Interest 

Apr. 30, 

1916. 



Interest 

Oct. SI, 

1916. 



Anthracite Trust Company, Scranton 

Bank of Waynesboro, Waynesboro 

Berwick Savings and Trust Company, Berwick - |«3 56 

Bradford National Bank. Bradford 15123 

Citixens State Bank, WiUiamsport 

Commercial National Bank, Bradford 

Commercial Bank, Harrisburg, 

Farmers' Bank, Parkesburg 

Farmers* and Mechanics' National Bank, Philadelphia 812 49 

Farmers* and Traders' National Bank, Westfleld, 

Farmers' and Miners' Trust Company, Punxsutawney, 130 41 

First National Bank, Bradford, 

First National Bank, Cherry Tree 

First National Bank, Carnegie 

First National Bank, Ebensburg, 

First National Bank. Knoxville 

First National Bank, Montgomery 

First National Bank. Mansfield 

First National Bank, Patton 

First National Bank of Slieradcn, Pittsburgh. 

First National Bank of Rimersburg, 

First National Bank, Susquehanna. 

First National Bank of State College, 

First National Bank of York 

Fredonia National Bank, Fredonia, 

Grange National Bank, Tioga, 

Honesd^e National Bank. Honesdale, 

Kennetf Trust, Kennett Square 

Manchester Savings Bank and Trust, N. S., Pittsburgh, 

Mechanics' Trust Company, Harrisburg, 

Miners and Merchants Deposit Bank, Portage, 

Monaca National Bank 

National Bank of Northern Liberties, Philadelphia 

National Bank of West Grove, West Grove, 100 82 

Ninth National Bank. Philadelphia 

Pattison National Bank, Elkland 

People's National Bank, Scranton, 

Potter Title and Trust Company, Pittsburgh 

Somerset Trust Company, 

Susquehanna Trust and Safe Deposit, WiUiamsport 

Second National Bank, Meyersdale, 

South Side Trust Company, Pittsburgh 

Tioga County Savings and Trust 

Union National Bank, Mahanoy City 

Union Trust Company of Pennsylvania, Harrisburg 

Union Trust Company of Pittsburgh 

Vandergrift Savings and Trust Company, Vandergrift 

Wayne County Savings Bank, Honesdale 

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Total amount of Sinking Fund, 112,024.24. 



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69 81 


99 72 


149 59 


149 69 


149 59 


99 75 


299 17 


49 86 


99 72 


49 86 


49 86 


149 60 


1 66 


75 61 


199 45 


41 09 


99 72 


30 14 


99 72 


160 00 


49 86 


299 IS 


17 53 


299 18 


49 86 


299 18 


349 04 


16 71 


12 06 


497 72 


16 71 


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8. RECEIPTS FROM FOREIGN INSURANCE COMPANIES. 



Name of Corporation. 



Tax on 
Premiums. 



Interest 

and 
Penalty. 



Achen and Mnnlch Fire Insurance, Alx la Chapelle 

Abcelli fire Insurance Co., Paris, France, 

Artna Life Insurance Co., Hartford, Life Dopt., 

Aetna Life Insurance Co., Hartford, Accident Dopt 

Aetna Accident Llabilitj, Hartford, Conn., 

Aetna Insurance Co., Hartford Conn 

Agricultural Insurance Co.. Watertown, N. Y 

Albany Insurance Co., Albany. N. Y 

Alliance Assurance Co., Ltd.. London, 

American Central Life Insurance Co., Indianapolis, Ind.. 

American Bankers Ins. Co., Chicago 

American Central Insurance Co., St. Louts, Mo 

American Credit Indemnity Co., St., Louis 

American Druggists Fire Insurance Co.. Clnn., O., 

American Eagle Fire Insurance Co., N. Y., 

American Exchange Underwriters 

American Fidelity Insurance Co., Montpelier, Yt., 

American Indemnity Co., Galveston, Texas, 

American Insurance Co., Newark, 

American Mutual Fire Insurance Co., Providence 

American Liability Co.. Indianapolis, 

American Mutual Liability Insurance Co., Boston, 

American National Assurance Co., Ltd., London 

American Surety Co., New York, 

Arizona Fire Insurance, Phoenix, Arizona 

Arkwrlght Mutual Fire Insurance Co., Boston 

Assurance Co. of America, New York 

Atlas Insurance Co. of London, England 

Atlantic Mutual Insurance Co., New York 

Automobile Insurance Co. of Hartford, Conn 

Balkan National Insurance Co., Sofia, 

Bankers' Ufe Insurance of Lincoln, Neb 

Bankers' Life Insurance, Des Moines. la 

Bankers' Reserve Life Insurance, Omaha, Neb 

Baltimore Life Insurance, Md 

Berkshire Life Insurance Co., Pittsfleld, 

Berkshire Mutual Life Insurance, Pittsfleld, Mass 

Blackstone Mutual Fire Insurance, Providence, 

Boston Insurance Co., Boston, Mass., 

Boston Manufacturing Mutual Insurance, Boston. Mass., 

British- American Assurance Co., Toronto, Can., , 

Bristol Foreign Marine Insurance Co., Liverpool 

Brotherhood Accident, Boston 

Buffalo German Insurance Co. of Buffalo , 

Caledonia Insurance Co., Edinburg, 

Caledonian American Insurance Co.. New York , 

California Insurance Co., San Francisco 

Camden Fire Insurance Co.. Camden, N. J 

Capital Fire Insurance, New Hampshire, 

Canada Life Insurance, Toronto, 

Canners Exchange Subscribers, Chicago, 

Casualty Co. of America, New York, 

Central Life Assurance Society, Des Moines, la 

Central Mfrs. Mut. Insurance, Van Wert, O 

Centnry Insurance Co., Ltd., Edinburgh, Scotland 

Cltisens' Insurance Co., St. Louis, Mo., 

City of New York Insurance Co., N. Y., 

Cleveland National Fire Insurance Co.,. Cleveland. Ohio, . 

Cologne Re-Insurance Co., Cologne 

Colonial Assurance Co., New York 

Colonial Life Insurance of New Jersey 

Columbia Insurance, Jersey City 

Columbian National Life Insurance Co., Boston 

Columbian National Fire Insurance Co., Detroit 

Columbian Protective Assoc, Blng' mpton, 



$2,173 89 
318 57 
12, «0 00 
20.097 90 
6.434 08 

16.020 47 

2,617 21 

662 08 

146 66 

1.114 97 

106 69 

2.616 76 

1,499 26 

479 97 

209 16 

100 26 

733 81 

16 49 

2.981 26 

170 41 

217 .39 
626 66 
165 80 
6,210 32 
466 90 

685 22 
375 01 

2.128 72 
11,306 66 

2.616 71 

3.079 32 

907 06 

6,619 16 

94 37 

10.342 83 

10,184 37 

51 11 

287 16 

6,707 00 

788 22 

944 71 
8,345 24 
1.669 70 

859 67 
1,724 77 

30 11 
102 46 

4,204 68 
824 01 

2,409 67 

16 24 
4,691 48 

13 69 

1.225 70 

606 42 

2,434 63 
1,590 82 

738 71 
1.571 24 

390 74 

6.161 01 

275 33 

2,S60 80 

1.241 03 

158 61 



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Tax on 
Premiums. 



Interest 

and 
Penaltj. 



Commerce Insurance Co., Albany, N. Y 

Commercial Casualty Insurance Co., Newark. N. J 

Commercial Union Assurance Co.. Ltd., London, England, 

Commercial Union Pire Insurance Co., New York, 

Commonwealth Insurance Co., New York 



Concordia Pize Insurance Co., Milwaukee, 

ConserratiTe Life Insurance Co., Wheeling, W. Ya., 

Consolidated Casualty Co., LoulsylUe. Ky 

Connecticut Pire Insurance Co., Hartford. 

Connecticut General Life Insurance, Hartford 

Connecticut Mutual Life Insurance Co., Hartford 

Continental Insurance Co., New York, 

Continental Casualty, Hammond, Tnd.. 

Continental Life Insurance Co.. Wilmington, Del 

Cotton & Woolen Mutual Insurance. Boston, Mass 

Dixie Pire Insurance Co., Greensboro, N. C 

Dubuque Pire and Marine Insiurance. Iowa, 

Detroit Casualty. Michigan 

Detroit P. and M., incorporated, ]^lichigan, 

Detroit National Pire Insurance, Michigan, 

Bagle Pire Insurance Co., Newark, N. J., 

Eastern Casualty Co.. Boston 

Enterprise Mutual Pire Insurance of Providence 

Employers Indemnity Corporation, Kansas City, 

Employers' Liability Assurance Corporation, Ltd., London, Eng., 



Empire State Degree of Honor. Stockton, 

Equitable Accident Co., Bofiton, Mass., 

Equitable Pire and Marine Insurance Co., Providence 

Equitable Life Assurance Society of the United States, New York, 
Equitable Life Insurance Co., Des Moines 



Equitable Surety, St. Louts, Mo 

Eureka Life Insurance, Baltimore. Md., , 

European Accident Insurance Co., Ltd., London 

Pall River Mfg. Mutual Insurance Co., Pall River, Mass., 
.Parmers' and Traders* Life Insurance Co., Syracuse, N. 

Pederal Casualty Co., Detroit, Mich., 

Pederal Life Insurance Co., Chicago 

Pederal Insurance Co., New York. 

Pidelity Phoenix Pire Insurance. N. Y , 

Pidelity and Casualty Co., New York 



Pidelity Deposit Co. of Maryland, Baltimore 

Pidelity Health and Accident, Benton Harbor 

Pire Re- Assurance Co., Hartford, 

Pireman's Insurance Co., Newark 

Fireman's Pund Insurance Co., Marine Dept., San Prancisco, 



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Piremen's Mutual Insurance, Providence, 

Pirst Bulgarian Insurance Co., Sofia, 

Pirst National Pire Insurance, Washington, 

Pirst Re-Insurance Co., Hartford, 

Pirst Russian Insurance Co., St. Petersburg, 

Prankfort General Insurance Co., Germany, 

Prankona Re-Insurance, Germany, 

Pratemal Protective Assoc, Boston, 

Georgia Casualty, Macon. 

General Accident Pire Life Insurance, Perth, Scotland, 

General Pire Insurance Co., Paris, Prance 

General Indomnity Corpo. of Amprico. Rochester, N. Y., 

General Marine InHuranoe Co., Dresden 

German-American Insurnnce Co., New York 

German-American Fire Insiurance, Baltimore, Md 

German Fire Insurnnce. Peoria, 111., 

Germon Alliance Insurnnce Co., New York 

German Fire Insurance of Wheeling. W. Va., 

German Fire InBurnnce Co. , New York, 

Germanla Life Insurance Co., New York. 



Glen Falls Insurance Co., New York 

Globe Indemnity Co,. N. Y 

Glol)e and Rutgora Fire Insursnce Co., New York , 

Grain Dealers' NntionnI Mutual Fire Insurnnce. Indianapolis, 
Granite State Fire Insurance Co.. Portsmouth , 



S32 41 
2.166 89 
19,979 20 

698 96 
1,626 90 

2,048 66 

193 66 

182 64 

3,499 26 

6,006 31 

10.318 96 
9. 633 97 
2.021 96 
1.264 22 
174 27 

164 62 

2.524 31 

89 74 

1,116 60 

722 56 

82 32 

18 94 

170 42 

9 29 

6.717 42 

680 13 

42 97 

659 70 

112.523 08 

6,068 96 

226 10 
1,327 61 
1.093 17 

126 10 
76 87 

1.164 18 
636 07 
3,282 86 
6.891 13 
10.738 41 

10,390 43 
126 41 
1.845 6S 
3,571 87 
6,901 68 

444 56 
2.495 72 
1,312 06 
1,383 97 
1.596 86 

861 26 

550 98 

699U 

851 59 

7,410 77 

1.048 63 

67 90 

3 42 

10.941 66 

767 71 

462 73 

763 60 

803 42 

6,U5 53 

3,206 28 

3,503 13 

5.739 63 

3.562 96 

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Name cf Corporation. 



Tax on 
PremiumB. 



Intereat 

and 
Penalty. 



Great Eastern Gasualtj Co.. N. T., , 

Great Western Lloyds, N. Y 

Guarantee Co. of North America. Montreal, , 

Hamburg Assurance Co.. Hamburg, , 

Hamburg-Bremen Fire Insurance Co., Hamburg 

Hamilton Plre Insurance Co., N. Y., 

Hanover Fire Insurance Co., New York 

Hartford Accident and Indemnity Co., Hartford , 

Hartford Fire Insurance Co., Hartford, 

Hartford Steam Boiler and Inspection Co., Hartford 

Home Accident and Health Insurance Co.. Sonth Bend, Ind 

Home Friendly Society. Baltimore, Md 

Hope Mutual Fire Insurance Co.. Prorldence 

Indemnity Bxchange, Chicago, III. 

Indemnity Mutual Marine Insurance, London. Bng., 

Indiana and Ohio Lire Stock Insurance, Indiana 

Indiana Lumbermen's Mutual Insurance Co.. Indianapolis 

Industrial Mutual Insurance, Boston, Mass 

Illinois Life Insurance Co., Chicago, 

Illlnoia Surety Company, Chicago , 

Immediate Benefit Life Insurance, Baltimore, Md 

Imperial Assurance Insurance Co., N. Y., 

Inter Ocean Casualty, Indianapolis. Ind 

International Fidelity Insurance of Jersey City. N. J 

International Re-Insurance Co., Vienna, Austria 

International Life Insurance Co. of St. Ix>uis. Mo. , 

Interstate Business Men's Accident Asso., Des Moines. la 

Jakor Insurance Co., Moskow 

Home Tilfe Insurance Co., N. Y., 

Home Life Insurance Co., Wilmington, Del 

Home Insurance Co.. New York 

Hoosler Casualty Co., Indianapolis, Ind 

John Hancock Mutual Life Insurance Co., Boston 

Knickerbocker Insurance Co., N. Y , 

Knights Templar and Masonic Mutual Aid Assoc, Clnn.. 

Lafayette Life Insurance, Lafayette, Ind , 

Law Union and Rock Insurance Co., London, , 

Lincoln National Life Insurance Co., Fort Wayne, Ind., 

Liverpool and London and Globe Insurance Co., Liverpool 

Llyerpool and London and Olobe Insurance Co., New York 

Lloyd's Plate Glass Insurance Co., New York. 

London Assurance Corporation. London 

London Guarantee Accident Co. , Limited. London, . ; , 

London and Lancashire Fire Insurance Co. , Liverpool. 

London and Lancashire Llfo and General Assurance Co., London, 

London and Lancashire Guarantee and Accident Co., Toronto, Can. 

London and Lancashire Indemnity Co. cf America. N. Y., 

Loyal Protective Insurance Co., Boston 

Lumber Insurance. New York 

Lumber Mutual Insurance, Boston, Mass 

Lumberman's Mutual Insurance, Mansfield, Ohio 

Manhattan Life Insurance Co., New York 

Manhoim Insurance Co., Manheim 

Manufacturers' Life Insurance. Toronto, Can.. 

Manufacturers' Mutual Fire Insurance Co. of Providence 

Marine Insurance Co., London 

Maryland Casualty Co. , Baltimore, Md. , 

Maryland Life Insurance Co., Baltimore 

-Marrlnnd Motor Car Insurance, Wilmington, Del 

Masonic Life Assoc, Buffalo, N. Y., 

Masonic Mutual Accident Co.. Surlngfleld, Mass.. 

Masonic Protective Assoc, Worcester, Mass., 

Massachusetts Accident Co., Boston 

Massachusetts Indemnity Co., Boston 

Massachusetts F. and M. Insurance Co., Boston 

Massachusetts Bonding and Insurance Co., Boston , 

Massachusetts Mutual Life Insurance Co., Springfield, 

Mechanics' Mutual Fire Insurance of Providence 

Mechanics' and Traders' Insurance Co., Hartford 

Radical Protective Co., Ft. Wayne, Ind,, 



1,947 6S 

5260 

1,087 (» 

6.262 33 

1,875 83 

110 07 

2,778 69 

3,177 39 

17,708 08 

8,226 86 

19 71 

746 49 

246 42 

3 21 

43638 

106 27 

60408 

116 79 

2,84921 

8010 

8,195 97 

405 24 

3 80 

40138 

1.142 28 

21066 

1,02271 

8,54500 

6.37156 

8,345 97 

22,93116 r... 

14047 

48,438 10 

224 00 

1,50681 

6884 

1.004 19 

254 61 

13,292 60 

418 36 

368 86 

4.79221 

6,U6 34 

2.12558 

18480 

307 33 

82844 

644 62 

167 51 

69711 

1,449 59 

2,425 76 

1,776 17 

27842 

364 63 

1.154 28 

9.877 29 

209 92 

19447 

903 20 

22111 

1.804 37 

253 43 

7 78 

960 54 

8,617 27 

13.463 76 

259 42 

493 98 

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Name of Corporation. 



Tax on 
Premiums. 



Interest 

and 
Penalty. 



Merchants' Fire Insurance Co., Denver, 

Merchants PIre Assurance Corporation, N. Y., . 

Merchants* Insurance Co. of N. Y 

Merchants Life Association, Burlington. la 

Merchants' Mutual Fire Insurance, Providence. 

Mercantile Mutual Fire Insurance, Providence. . 

Meridian Life Insurance Co., Ind., 

Metropolitan Casualty Co., New York, 



Michigan Commercial Insurance, Lansing, 

Michigan Fire and Marine Insurance Cx>.. Detroit. Mich., 
Michigan Millers' Mutual Fire Insurance, Lansing, Mich.. 

Michigan Mutual Life Insurance Co., Detroit. 

Midland Casualty Co., Oreen Bay 

Mill Owners Mutual Fire Insurance, Des Moines, la., 

Millers Mutual Fire Insurance of Texas 

Millers' National Insurance, Chicago, 111 

Milwaukee Mechanics' Insurance Co 

Minerva Retrosession and Re-Insurunce, Cologne, 

Minneapolis Fire and Marine Insurance, Minneapolis 

Missouri State Life Insurance Co., St. Louis, 

Moscow Fire Insurance Co., Russia, 

Munich Re-Insurance Co., Munich 

Mutual Benefit Life Insurance Co., Newark, 

Mutual Life Insurance Co., Montpelier, Vt 

Mutual Life Insurance Co., New York 

National Accident Society of New York, 

National Benefit Assoc, Washington, D. C, 

National Brewers Insurance, Chicago. Ill 

National Fire Insurance Co., Paris, France 



360M 
790 76 
M5 87 
91 56 
129 9S 

332 46 

2,417 56 

,. ,. ... ... 854 38 

Metropolitan Life Insurance Co., Now York, 222.063 47 

" • * - - ■ ... 1,882 11 

1,539 63 

1,655 67 

1.637 76 

134 32 

194 98 

166 17 
1,762 88 
2.926 74 

674 94 

812 38 

1,308 87 
1,769 28 
9,646 48 
33,638 98 
10,080 49 

68,600 83 

192 89 

1,472 75 

123 26 

477 85 

8,266 49 

4,207 64 

176 90 

338 76 

6.066 13 

829 60 
36 18 

333 21 
912 33 

2,762 26 

936 60 
1.122 60 

14.868 84 

3.697 92 

346 83 

34 46 

90.524 34 

717 62 

6063 

2,986 62 

870 87 
1,492 34 
11 21 
664 73 
612 83 

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National Fire Insurance Co., Hartford, Conn 

National Life Insurance Co.. Chicago 

National Life Assoc. Des Moines la., 

National Lumber Insurance. Buffalo, New York, 
National Surety Co., New York 



National Casualty Co., Detroit 

National Underwriters of America, N. Y., 

Netherlands Fire nnd Life Ins. Co., Hogue, 

New Brunswick Fire Insurance Co., New Jersey. 
Newark Fire Insurance Co., N. J 



New Amsterdam Casualty Co., New York 

New England Equitable Insurance Co., Boston 

New England Mutual Life Insuronee Co., Boston, .. 
New Hampshire Fire Insurance Co., Manch(>Kter. .. 
New Jersey Fidelity and Plate Glass Insurance 

New World Life Insurance Co., Spokane 

New York Life Insurance Co. of N. Y 

New York Plate Glass Insurance Co., New York, .. 
New York Safety Reserve Fund. Syracuse, N. Y., 
Niagara Fire Insurance Co., New York 



Niagara Life Insurance. Buffalo. N. Y 

Nord Doutsch Insurance Co., Hamburg. Gormany, 
North American Life Insurance, Toronto, Canada, 
North American Accident Insurance Co., Chicago, 
North American Life Insurance, Chicago 



North British and Mercantile Insurance Co., 

North River Insurance, New York 

Northern Insurance Co.. New York, 

Northern Assurance, Detroit, Mich 

Northern Assurance Co., Ltd., London 



London. 



Northern Insurance Co., Moscow. Russia 

Northwestern Mutual Life Insurance Co., Milwaukee 

Northwestern National Insurance Co., Mlhvniikoe 

Norwich I'nlon Firo Insurance Society, Norwich. Enu'lnnl 

Ocean Accident and Guarantee Coriraratluu. Ltd.. London, Eng., 

Ohio Farmers Insurance Co., LeRoy, Ohio. . 
Ohio Millers Mutual Insuninoe Co.. Caiitou. 
Old Colony Insurance Co.. Boston, MaHs.. . 

Orient Insurance Co., Hartford, Conn 

Pacific Fire Insurance Co.. New York, 



Ohio. 



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Name of Corporation. 



Tttz on 
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Interest 

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Pacific Mntnal Life Insurance Co. , Los Anseles. Cal 3.806 54 

Palatine Insurance Co.. London, Ei|gland. 2,227 37 

Peoples National Fire Insurance Co. , Wilmington, Del 1,378 57 

Petersburg Savings end Insurance Co., Virginia 340 43 

Patemelle Fire Insurance Co., Ltd., Paris, 1,092 96 

Phoenix Fire Insurance Co., Paris, France 477 85 

Phoenix Assurance Co., Ltd.. London, Eng., 3,169 26 

Phoenix Insurance Co., Hartford 6.989 25 

Phoenix Mutual Life Insurance Co., Hartford, 6,460 49 

Potomac Insurance Co., Washington, D. C 263 65 

Preferred Accident Insurance Co., New York 2,990 28 

Protection Mutual Fire Insurance Co., Chicago 106 02 

Provident Life and Accident Insurance Co. of Chattanooga. Tenc 10 00 

Provident Life and Casualty Co., Charleston 162 64 

Providence Washington Insurance Co., Providence 4,412 69 

Prndentlal Casualty, Indianapolis, Ind., 1,818 77 

Prudential Insurance Co.. Newark, 309,106 07 

Prussian National Insurance Co. , Stettin, Germany, 2, 622 04 

Queens' Insurance Co. of America, New York 5,883 39 

Red Men's Fraternal Accident Assoc, Westfleld, Mass 38196 

Reliable Life Assurance Co., Indianapolis, Ind., 76 09 

Reliance Marine Insurance Co., Liverpool, England, 18 20 

Reserve Loan Life Insurance, Indianapolis, Ind 1,031 36 

Rhode Island Insurance Co., Providence, 1,045 36 

Rhode Island Mutual Fire Insurance of Providence 453 40 

Ridgley Protective AsROciation, Worcester, Mass 722 75 

Richmond Insurance Co.. West New Brighton, New York, 554 18 

Rossia Insurance Co., Petrograd 7,597 84 

Royal Union Mutual Life Insurance, Des Moines, Iowa, 3,429 11 

Royal Insurance Co., Ltd.. N. Y 10,668 29 

Royal Indemnity Co., N. Y 4,022 60 

Royal Exchange Assurance Co., London 3,32159 

Royal Mutual Aid Beneficial Assoc., Wilmington, Del 27 73 

Rubber Manufacturers' Mutual Insurance Co. , Boston 166 91 

Russian Re-Insurance Co., Petrograd 1,388 97 

Safeguard Insurance Co. of New York 29 77 

fialamander Insurance Co., Petrograd, Russia, 3,546 00 

Scottish Union and National Insurance Co.. Edinburg, 3,789 61 

Sea Insurance Co., Ltd., London, Eng., 3,30162 

Second Russian Insurance Co., Petrograd 1,289 09 

Security Life Insurance, Richmond, Va 2.606 68 

Security Mutual Life Insurance Co., Binghampton, 8,810 67 

Security Insurance Co., New Haven, Conn 2,179 10 

Scandia Insurance Co., Stockholm, Sweden 1,059 40 

Seneca Fire Insurance Co., Buffalo, 19 30 

South-German Insurance, Munich, 1,215 24 

Southwestern Insurance Co.. Denison, Okla 712 24 

Springfield Fire and Marine Insurance Co., 7,162 28 

Standard Accident Insurance Co., Detroit, 4,333 85 

Standard Fire Insurance Co., Hartford. Conn 1.064 59 

Standard Fire Insurance Co. of New Jersey, Trenton 1,736 18 

Standard Marine Insurance Co.. Liverix>ol, Eng., 106 32 

State Assurance Co., Ltd., Liverpool 277 89 

State Mutual Life Insurance Co., Worcester 6 823 91 

State Mutuftl Fire Insurance Co. of Providence '558 12 

State Life Insurance Co., Indianapolis 2,806 39 

Sterling Fire Insurance Co., Indianapolis, Ind '60158 

St. Lawrence Life Assoc., N. Y., 70 44 

St. Paul Fire and Marine Insurance Co 6 110 60 

Sun Life Insurance Co., Montreal 4',046 23 

Sun Insurance Office, London, England, 3 06896 

Stuyvesant Insurance Co., New York 1*836 16 

Svea Fire and Life Insurance Co. , Gothenburg, Sweden , '.'.'..'. l' Ml 02 

Swiss National Insurance Co., Basle, 2*913 05 

Swiss Re- Insurance Co. , Zurich l|411 Ig 

Teutonia Fire Insurance Co., Dayton, Ohio, 468 98 

Toklo Marine Insurance Co.. Toklo, Japan, 229 70 

Travelers' Indemnity Co., Hartford. Conn., 2 066 04 

Travelers* Insurance Co., Accident Dept., Hartford. Conn 39'aRi m 

L'nderwrlers at America Lloyds, N. Y., '.,.'.'.'.'.]'.'.] iSL^ 

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Underwriters at New York and Boston, Lloyds N. Y., 

Underwriters Pire Insurance Co., Concord, N. H 

Union Assurance Society, Ltd.. London, Eng , 

Union Casualty Co., Detroit,. Mich 



Union Fire Insurance. Buffalo, New York 

Union Central Life Insurance Co., Cincinnati, Ohio, 

Union Fire Insurance Co., Paris, France, 

Union Health and Accident Co.. Denver, Col., 

Union Insurance Co., Bangor. Maine 



Union Marine Insurance Co., Ltd., Liverpool, 

Union Mutual Life Insurance Co., Portland, 

Union and Phoenix Bspanse Insurance Co., Madrid, 

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United States Casualty Co.. New York, 

United States Fidelity and Guarmntee Co., Baltimore 

United States Gnarantee, New York 

United States Life Insurance Co., New York, 

United States Lloyd's Insurance Co., New York 

Urbaine Fire Insurance Co., Paris, France 

Virginia Fire and Marine Insurance Co., Richmond, Va., 

Vulcan Insurance Co., N. Y 

Vulcan Fire Insurance, Oakland, Cal., 

Warsaw Insurance Co., Warsaw. Russia 

West Chester Fire Insurance Co., New York 

Western Assurance Co. , Toronto. Canada 



Western Life Indemnity Co., Chicago, III 

Western Live Stock Insurance, Peoria, 111 

Western and Southern Life Insurance Co.. Ohio, 

What Cheer Mutual Fire Insurance Co., Providence, 

Williamsburg City Fire Insurance Co.. Brooklyn 

Wisconsin Casualty Co., Green Bay. Wis., 

Worcester Manfacturers' Mutual Insurance, Worcester 

Yorkshire Insurance Co.. Ltd., York. Eng 

Zurich General Accident and Liability Insurance Co., Zurich, 



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67 84 
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244 88 
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Berks 5.502 88 

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Bradford 1,617 95 

Bucks 2,457 56 

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Cambria 3,709 58 

Cameron 209 36 

Cartwn 1.128 05 

Centre 1,052 44 

Chester 3,075 83 

Clarion 1,085 33 

Clearfield 2.020 82 

Clinton 782 27 

Columbia 1,154 84 

Crawford 2,108 04 

Cumberland, 1,649 CO 

Dauphin. 3,870 96 

Delaware. 6,075 08 

Elk 628 48 

Brie 4,856 44 

Payette 4.427 27 

Forest 239 08 

Franklin 1,447 47 

Fulton,- 302 41 

Greene 2,633 30 

Huntingdon 90121 

Indiana 1.712 71 

Jefferson, 1.729 00 

Juniata, 352 32 

Lackawanna 6.647 88 

Lancaster 4,338 36* 

Lawrence, 2.494 34 

Lebanon 1,650 76 

Lehigh 4.54155 

Luzerne 6,613 79 

Lycoming 1,912 18 

McKean 1.504 75 

Mercer 2,787 87 

Mifflin, 686 72 

Monroe 95196 

Montgomery, ^'SS f? 

Montour ^ 5?? S 

Northampton I'Sl 1? 

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Perry 610 14 

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Schuylkill 3.373 17 

Snyder 433 04 

Somerset l.BM 52 

Sullivan , ?^? Si 

Suaqnehanna I'l^lt 

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Union. :: 473 13 



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380.252 36 565.878 41 974.032 75 

4.458 35 21.126 92 27,306 74 

4.953 99 $2137 18.693 67 28,912 94 

1,689 38 7,387 43 9.909 45 

51.079 73 77.598 05 134.180 16 

27.519 25 33,146 33 64.149 34 

5.92S 98 13,569 56 21.106 49 

21.242 04 21.261 75 44.961 35 

4.833 73 16.636 93 83.48S 62 

20,417 43 66.756 47 90.883 48 

13.19C 80 2.953 11 16.358 77 

7.52170 20.747 02 29.396 77 

4.043 20 12,833 88 17,932 02 

54,206 91 22.845 88 80.128 «S 

1.697 96 9.914 32 12.697 61 

3.537 39 26.322 50 31.880 71 

5.485 65 15,67104 21.938 96 

2.474 34 11,063 51 14.692 69 

7.24142 12,455 43 21.804 89 

20.448 94 12.352 96 34.45149 

17.847 62 58.066 8S 79.785 43 

82.283 92 29,646 98 118.006 98 

4,397 45 12,629 48 17.656 41 

27.282 73 62.962 16 86.081 » 

6,189 75 43.868 36 54.485 87 

2,22799 2.467 67 

15.746 83 14.036 34 31.230 64 

90 24 1,577 87 1.970 6S 

5,563 61 3.148 77 11.345 68 

1.742 22 9,228 66 11.872 98 

5,276 74 14,20127 21.190 73 

1.205 44 11.652 05 14.546 49 

2,400 14 2.670 24 5.422 70 

23.569 65 26 12 131.375 11 160.818 78 

58,274 96 62.649 72 126.268 08 

11.059 51 23,296 37 36.850 23 

15.080 13 21.28193 38.013 82 

15.806 72 64,268 06 74,616 38 

41.63174 170.382 64 218.528 17 

8,536 15 24.106 88 34,654 71 

6.732 29 19,015 38 27.262 42 

5,967 29 14,712 81 23.457 97 

4,476 71 6,778 20 11.94163 

1,416 63 9,766 78 18.136 88 

60,169 21 41,958 12 108.385 75 

1.616 25 4.065 00 5.9S4 66 

18.284 14 56.206 38 78.904 94 

6.855 70 44.030 70 67.458 27 

1,404 37 5,067 44 7.08195 

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1,179 35 3,385 85 4.939 84 

500 09 6,940 94 8.325 63 

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825 85 3,068 94 4,327 8 

4,285 24 19.927 16 26.796 98 

97 15 8.018 95 4.048 6S 

4,36103 7.925 63 13.362 61 

9.219 60 5.387 38 15.866 26 

6.410 11 3^68 9.087 91 

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REPORT OF FINANCES. 



471 



Receipts from Corporations and Associations— Ck)ntinued. 



RECEIPTS FROM COUNTIES— Continued. 




Venango. 

Warren, 

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Wyoming, 
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1,341 46 
4.629 08 
986 44 
6,348 14 

499 60 
8,289 19 



10,262 06 
2,910 49 

21,321 99 
4,424 31 

28,0n 40 

2,314 06 
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13.486 60 
41.244 14 
6.569 23 
73,701 33 

2.142 43 
41,602 84 



24.646 81 
17.738 56 
67.102 S4 
11.979 98 
108.120 87 

4,956 09 
104,870 73 



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Beaver, Beaver 

Bedford Bedford, .. 



Berks Reading, 

Blair Hollidaysburg, 

Bradford Townnda, 

Burks, Doylcstown, . . 

Butler Butler, 



Cambria Ebcnsburg, ... 

Cameron, Emporium, . . . 

Carbon Mauoh Chunk, 

Centre Bellefonte, ... 

Chester West Chester, 



Clarion Clarion 

Clearfield. Clearfield, .. 

Clinton Lock Haven, 

Columbia Bloom'«burg, 

Crawford Mcadvllle, .. 



Cumberland, Carlisle, .. 

Dauphin, Harrisburg, 

Delaware Media 

Elk Ridgway, . 

Erie, Erie 



Fayette Cniontown, .... 

Forest Tionesta, , 

Franklin Cliambersburg, . 

Fulton MoConnellsburg, 

Oreene Woynesburg, .. 

Huntingdon Huntingdon, .. 

Indiana. Indiana 

Jefferson Brookville 

Juniata Milflintown, ... 

Lackawanna, Scranton 



Lancanter fjancaster, 

Lawrence New Castle, . 

Lebanon r^»banon, 

T^higb Vllmtown, .. 

Luzerne, Wllkes-Barre, 

Lycoming, Willlamsport, 

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ifcKean, Smethport, 

Mercer Mercer 

Mifflin, Lewistown 

Monroe Stroudsburg, .... 

Montgomery, Norristown, — 

Montour Danville, 

Northampton Easton 

Northumberland Stinbury 

Perry Now Bloomfleld, 

Philadelphia Philadelphia, ... 

Pike Milford 

Potter Couderwport 

Schuylkill PottsviUe 

Snyder Middleburg 

Somerset, Somerset 

Sullivan Laporte 

SiiKQuehanna Montrose 

Tioga WellsJ)oro 

Inion Lewlsburg 



$190 00 

42,966 82 

190 40 



28 99 

1,626 50 

1,385 60 

11 40 

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285 00 



676 40 
672 93 



1.046 04 
437 00 



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10 96 
9 60 

186 20 
574 56 
118 76 
60 57 
3.492 20 

1.753 60 

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10.578 26 

900 21 



707 91 
122 07 



1,227 20 

11 40 

1,:^85 60 

2,615 21 

158 32 



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29 14 

792 00 
231 94 
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1409 52 

89.750 09 

662 13 

3,740 51 

104 88 

6,24 076 
6,071 66 
469 66 
1.111 51 
1.547 67 

2.883 65 
289 46 
881 31 
62 70 

2,916 76 

668 76 
335 92 

876 14 
337 80 
761 88 

1,764 63 
6,070 41 
6,906 76 
514 64 
4.301 37 

2.349 78 



28 31 
63 20 
657 49 

40 28 

678 14 

877 07 

1 52 

3.511 39 

3.919 10 
1,307 22 
1,731 36 
2,484 97 
6,507 64 

1.115 35 

306 54 

2,193 98 

544 04 
262 69 

6.173 78 
541 60 

5,0k7 85 
942 73 

545 69 



118 84 

2,939 07 

19 00 

327 41 
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183 14 
202 21 
145 71 



8172 38 

24,382 24 

466 88 

1.624 04 
147 02 

2.694 03 
3,220 80 

460 03 
1.289 80 

757 23 

2,904 68 
15 30 
799 43 
486 16 

2,497 22 

214 26 
1,317 42 
726 66 
662 TO 
564 14 

639 70 
4.681 S3 
7,666 02 

463 36 
4.649 00 

2,543 69 
70 21 

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219 17 

326 38 

418 63 

368 09 

62 07 

8.358 06 

2.574 83 
931 77 
1.006 51 
4,726 40 
10.801 42 

1,479 36 
641 93 

1.237 48 
540 06 
405 03 

7.656 58 

68 06 

2.963 60 

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18.331 54 

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327 79 
220 57 
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411 



Keceipta from Oorporatlons and Assoclatlotis— Continaod. 





TAX ON LOANS-Continued. 




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3,366 17 

30 22 

4,738 94 



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1.217 62 
838 71 

4,075 81 
182 31 

2.46179 

17 36 
3.984 47 



716 22 
726 26 

4,486 63 
203 34 

4.865 83 

21 64 
1.948 01 



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1379,351 09 $196,834 09 $162,786 30 



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478 



AUDITOR GENEKAL OF PENNSYLVANIA. 



Off. Doc. 



Receipts from Corporations and Aasodations— Continued. 



30. TAX ON GROSS RECEIPTS, BANKERS, 1916. 



I Banken 

Qroas 
I Beceipta. 



Alexander & Co 

Alexander Schelnd, Mahancy City 

Andrew S. Cuya, Wilkes -Barre, 

Albert J. Thomas. Lansford 

Anthony Travero, Leechborg 

Antonio Castellncei. South Bethlehem 

Arnott & Co pblladclpbia 

A. Gruns International Exchange Bank, New Castle, 

Albert Torquato, Wlndber 

Antonio Tassone, Brownsville, 

Antonio Donato. Philadelphia. 

Anthony Korpantry, Natrona, 

Brown Bros. & Co., 

Bela Trilecs, Canonsburg, Pa 

Bellwood Bank 

Blair & Co., Blalrs Mills 

Bank of Landisburg s 

B. Burster, Duquesne, Pa 

Bioren & Co 

Bruno Fluro, VanMeter 

Bank of Conneautville 

Banco V. Deramo, Coraopolis 

Butcher Sherrard & Hansell. Philadelphia, 

Clark J. Wood. Philadelphia 

Charles Fearon & Co., Philadelphia. 

Charles Krlstrlfek, Ambrldge, 

Capinio Grieco, Lock HavCn. 

Citizens Bank, Dry Run, 

Cowanesque Valley Bank, Osceola, 

Centre County Bank, Bellefonte 

Cassatt & Co., Philadelphia 

Central Bank of Dunbar 

Cosimo Licursi, Sharpsburg 

DeLaurentls & Feti, Philadelphia, 

Domenicu Lagnese, New Castle 

Domlnico Vaccarelli Besmark. Pittsburgh, Pa.. 

Doraenico DiFilippo, Philadelphia 

Domonlco Pasquarilli, Pittsburgh 

Drexel & Co 

D. H. Mclntyre, Punxsutawney 

E. W. Clark & Co.. Philadelphia 

Ellis & Relchman, Wilkes-Barre, 

Emil Schnoll. Philadelphia 

Everett Bank. Everett 

B. J. Moore & Co., Philadelphia 

F. Roma & Bros., Philadelphia 

Foxburg Bank. 

Frederick Sittino, Sharpsburg, 

First Bank of Yukon. Yukon, 

Farmers and Merchants Bank, St. Mary's. 

Farmers Bank cf Mercersburg, 

Farmers Bank, Woodbury, 

Frank Morilll Steelton, 

Galeton Banking Co 

Gcza Bolez, AUentown 

George Zboyovsky. South Bethlehem 

(JoorRe Slalne, Greensburg 

Gimble Brothers, Philadelpbia 

Gmitro Kapitula, MoAdoo 

Oustave Kriston, Johnstown, 

H. J. Brakman, Brockton. Pa 

Hans Weniger & Co.. Philadelphia 

Henry ft West, Philadelphia, 

Hartley Banking Co., Bedford 

I. Klnwier. Pittsburgh 



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76 68 
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38 93 
16 74 

234 29 

39 94 


142 33 
337 00 
1 36 
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92 97 


198 22 
32 99 

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27 23 


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337 
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167 50 

38 35 
275 48 

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no. 2. 



EEPOBT OP FINANCES. 



479 



Receipts from Ck)ri)oratloiis and Asioclations— Oontlpned. 



TAX ON GROSS RECEIPTS— BANKS— Continued. 



Bankers 

Gross 
Receipts. 



Jabellrer Bros., New Salem, Pa 

John Sbigo. Lansford. 

John T. Fahrenholt, Scranton 

Jchn GlQck. Lansford 

J. J. Bobbin, Shenandoah, 

Jesse P. MUler, BeallsTille 

Jelco Savings Bank. Consbohocken 

John T. Reeyes * Co., Beaver Falls 

John B. Beaty. Philadelphia 

John BerK & Co., Butler 

John BerCt ES7Pt, Pa 

John Slijco, Freeland, Pa 

John Kovalik, Mt Pleasant 

Jos. Ferike Miklosy, Latrobe, 

Joseph Pearl. South Bethlehem, 

Joseph Vecchio, Uniontown, Pa., 

Joseph E«koTitz, Ljndora 

Joseph TacboTskr, Palmerton 

Joseph Roth ft Son, llcKeesport, 

Joseph R. Redfern, Philadelphia 

Jnbeller Bros., New Salem, Pa 

KnoxTiUe Banking 

Leopold Pinter, Beaver Falls, 

Ix>rens Stachowski, Erie 

Lnlgi Castellucci, South Bethlehem 

Litt & Bros., Philadelphia 

M. Berardlni, PhiladelphU 

Maddas Bank, GreensbuK, 

Martin A Drosdlck, Hazleton 

Max Fridman's, Bamesboro, Pa 

Max Freedman, Loseme 

MiUheim Banking, 

Michael Bosak. Scranton 

M. Berardlni, Pittsburgh 

Melchlorrl Bros.. PhiladelphU 

Mellor ft Petry. Philadelphia, 

MiUersburg BanJc 

Milroy Bank, 

Montgome^ Clothier ft Tyler, Phlladelpbia, 
Morrison Cove Bank, 

Path Vall^ Bank, Dry Run 

Pasquale Oastiello. South Bethlehem, 

Penns Valley Banking, Centre Hall 

Peoples Bank, Fannettsburg, 

Peoples Bank of Maytown 

Pine Grove Bank 

Port Royal Bank. 

Relnhold Frost Trading as Henry Miller 

Richfield Bank, Richfield 

Roaring Springs Bank, 

Roai Gosstonyi, 

R. S. BatUe. Girard, 

Samuel Glnck, Clairton, Pa 

Sugar Grove Savings Bank, 

Sailer ft Stevenson, Shlladelphia 

Speridlon Fnreich, Steelton, 

Steiner Brothers Co., New Kensington 

St. Thomas Bank 

Stephen F. Payer, McAdoo , 

Scottdale Bank* 

T. J. Bentl^ ft Son, Springboro 

Thomas Zepskl, Philadelphia 

Thomas ▲. Biddle ft Co., , 

Thomas D. Yannessa, Philadelphia, , 

Tobias Knoblauch, Reading , 



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265 62 

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230 6S 

26 44 

17 66 
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4 45 

10 00 

16 48 

2 00 
137 97 

92 IS 
4 55 

36 37 
62 64 

59 68 
U 86 

8 28 

206 06 
160 66 
12 29 

4 18 
157 

654 
101 09 

84 84 
227 63 

31 01 

237 48 
280 87 
76 87 

80 08 

60 38 

40 86 

5 35 
73 81 
84 71 
45 06 

121 14 
202 57 

76 23 

61 58 
147 88 

106 57 
147 18 
29 67 
210 04 
1 00 

19 80 
36 36 

81 94 
12 18 

441 90 

77 63 
10 82 

546 31 
1 65 

6 81 



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Heco .<ts fioni Corporations aud Associations— Ck>ntlnue(l. 



TAX ON GROSS RECEIPTS— BANKS— Continued. 



Bankeri 

Qross 

Beceipti* 



Tobias Berkowitx, Irwin Sg 73 

Toth & Oleshak, BrownsTllle, 2S88 

Townsend Wbeland & Co.. Philadelphia, 856 76 

Union Bank. Altoona. 310 49 

Vincent Domanskl, Philadelphia, 28(3 

V. DeLnca & Co.. Pittsburgh 17161 

Victor Abatti, Monongahela 2S 95 

Victor E. Faith, Johnstown »ll 

Victor Doyno, New Castle 8277 

W. Qrzewski, Pottsyille 07 

W. P. Kiesel. Scranton 1171 

William Mariani, Pittsburgh SW 

William Casimo Carrozza. West Pittston, 4 11 

William J. Rusiewicz, Natrona, 16$ 

W. W. Deichman & Co., Seagertown » 7t 

Welterbansen Steamship Agency Co., Pittsburgh, 36 00 

YoungSTille Saving Bank 9337 

Total 121.43174 



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Kecelpts from Corporations and Associutioiw— CoutinucHl. 



31. PRIVATE BANKERS LICENSES. 



PrlTBte 
Bankers' 
Idcenses. 



Brown & Stevenfi, Philadelphia $50 00 

G. TTimoliUo, Philadelphia 60 00 

Joseph Pearle. South Bethlehem, 50 00 

Joseph Tortorelll & Sons. Pittsburgh, 60 00 

John S. Hauser, York, Pa EO 00 

John F. Stefko. South Bethlehem 50 00 

WUllam P. Kiesel, Scranton, 60 00 

Arnold Kata. Philadelphia, 60 00 

Jalla Fisher. Northampton, Pa 60 00 

Louis Luce, Republic, Pa 50 00 

Steiner Bros., New Kensington 60 00 

Vlncengo Landadis, Mlnersville, 60 00 

John Nemeth, Philadelphia 60 00 

Total $660 00 



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Recti: n froul O.ruoratlons ond Associations— Continued. 



32. FERTILIZER LICENSES. 



Fertilisers 



Armour Fertiliier Works, Inc 1306 00 

American Fertilizer Co., Baltimore. Md 41S 00 

American Agricultural Chemical, N. Y 4.97S 00 

Amos Eby & Co 70 00 

Abraham Waltmyer, Stewartstown K 00 

AUentown Manufacturing Co., AUentown 85 00 

Alphano Humus Co., New York City SO 00 

Ahrens Fertiliser Co., Lorene, 30 00 

Associated Chemical, Hagerstown, Md 40 00 

Atlantic Pertiliaer Co., Baltimore, Md UO 00 

American Reduction Co. , Pltttsburgh _ 1500 

American Agricultural Co 20O 00 

Bowker Fertilizer, New York City, 590 OO 

Baugh & Sons, Baltimore. Md 806 00 

Berger Bros. Co "i ^ 60 00 

Baltimore Pulverising Co., Baltimore, Md 76 00 

Baltimore Fertilizer, Baltimore, Md 120 00 

Blatchford Calf Meal Factory, Waukegan, 111 16 00 

Berg Co. (The). Philadelphia, 96 00 

Consumers Chemical Corporation, New York, 415 00 

Cambria Fertilizer Co., Johnstown 40 00 

Columbia Guano Co., Baltimore, Md 276 00 

Central Chemical, Hagerstown, Md 205 00 

Coe Mortimer Co., New York City 436 00 

C. A. Young Co., Johnstown ^ 15 00 

Chesapeake Chemical. Baltimore, Md., U5 00 

Chemical Products. Scranton, 16 00 

Chicago Feed Fertilizer, Chicago, 111., 76 00 

C. A. Shuhn, Chicago 06 00 

Dungnn Fertilizer (The), Doyfestown t 66 00 

D. Blocker & Co., 15 00 

Bmll Wahl Manufacturing Co., Philadelphia, ID 00 

Eureka Chemical Co., Baltimore, Md., » HO 00 

Eureka Fertilizer Co., Lancaster, 96 OO 

Erie Reduction Co., Erie 60 0» 

Eastern Chemical Co., New York City 140 OO 

Ellas Rltter, Mlddlebury, Pa 15 0I> 

Federal Chemical, Columbia, Tenn., »f» 

F. W. Tunnell & Co., Philadelphia 210 00 

Farmers Fertilizer Seed & Haj*, Womelsdorf, Pa., 20 09 

F. C. Elseman, Meadvllle, Pa 16 00- 

F. S. Royster Guano Co., Baltimore. Md., 370 00 

P. A. Simons Bros 15 00 

Fredk. Ludlam Co., New York S800fr 

Farmers Fertilizer & Feed, Westminster, Md lOOOO 

Farmers Fertilizer Works, Ellzabethtown, 165 00- 

P. W. Bolglano & Co., Washington. D. C, 1600 

Frank Hartrnnft, Coatesville, Pa 46 OO 

Frank P. Miller, Springtown, Pa., 45 00- 

P. L. Weimer, Lock Haven. Pa , 16 OO 

Frederick Mehring, Kenmar, Md., 80 OO' 

G. Ober & Sons Co., Baltimore, Md., IS OO 

Griffith & Boyd Co., Baltimore, Md 460 OO 

Henry Cope & Co., Lincoln University, 145 00 

Hafleigh A Co., Leaman Place 15 OO 

Henry A. Dreer. Inc., Philadelphia, 16 00^ 

Henry H. Mlchell, CO OO^ 

Hubbard Fertilizer, Baltimore, Md 210 OO 

H. H. Sniyser, York, Pa., 15 OO 

Haserot Canneries Co., Cleveland, Ohio 15 M^ 

Industrial Guano Co., Baltimore, Md., 15 00- 

International Agricultural Corporation 200 00 

I. P. Thomas & Sons Co.. Philadelphia 826 OO 

J. M. TemT)lin. Honey Brook, Pa .^00 

J. C. Gerblg ft Son, Charabersburg, Pa 16 00- 



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KeceiptB from Corporations flud Associations— Continued. 



FERTILIZER LICENSES— Continued . 



Fertilisers -• 
Licenses. 



Jsreckl Chemical Co. (The), Sandusky. Ohio 

Joseph Smith, trading as Oderless Excavating & Manufacturing Co., Philadelphia. .. 

Jacob Dold Packing. Buffalo. N. Y 

Joseph G. Gawthrop, Kennett Square 

J. L. Hunter ft Son, Plttston, Pa 

Joslah Cope & Co., Baltimore, Md 

J. E. Tygert Co., Philadelphia 

J. D. Perkins. CoatesvlUe, Pa 

Jacob Trlnley A Sons, Llnfleld. Pa 

Jas. G. Downward Co. (The), (}oatesviIIe, Pa 

James Thomas, Willlamsport, 

J. G. Downward Co., CoatesvlUe, Pa., 

Klrke Chemical Co., Brooklyn, N. Y 

Keystone Bone Fertiliser, 

Keystone Grange Exchange, Mansfield 

Roller Fertiliser CJo., Seltzland, Pa., 

Lancaster Bone Fertilizer Co.. Lancaster. Pa 

Lorstera Agricultural Chemical Works. Newark, N. J., 

Lancaster Chemical Co., 

Lebanon Fertiliser Works 

Mapes Formula & Percirall Guano, New York, ^ 

M. P. Hubbard Co., Inc.. Baltimore, Md.. 

M. L. Shoemaker & Co., Philadelphia 

Martin Fertilizer Co.. Philadelphia 

MUler Fertilizer Co. (The). Baltimore, Md .[/, 

ML Pleasant Fertilizer Co.. Mt. Pleasant, Tenn 

Morgan H. Janin, Vlcksbury. Miss j. 

Martin Fertilizer Co., Philadelphia, .^ 

Nitrate Agencies Co., N. Y 

Nassau Fertilizer Cto., New York 

New York State Manure Co., Jersey City, N. J., 

Northway A Peck, Orwell, Ohio 

Oliver Smith. Inc., Washington, D. C 

Oxford Packing Works. Oxford, Pa 

Oyler A Spangler, Gettysburg, Pa., 

Oderless Excavating and Manufacturing Co 

Pittsburg Provision A Packing, Pittsburgh, Pa., 

Philip Hoffman A Bro., BanbsYllle, Pa., 

Piedmont Mt. Airy Guano Co., Baltimore, Md 

Patapsco Guano Co., New York 

Pagh A Lyons, Oxford. Pa 

Patapsco (inano Co., Baltimore. Md., 

Pollock Fertilizer Co., Baltimore, Md., 

Bed Lion Farmers (To-operative Association 

Reading Bone Fertilizer, Reading 

Rasin Monumental Co., Baltimore, Md., 

Reading Chemical, Reading, 

Robert A. Relchard. Allentown. Pa.. 

Robert A. Woveridge Co., Baltimore. Md 

Romberger Rendering Co., 

R. 8. Anker, Shamokin. Pa 

Relchard Hide A Tallow Co.. Ashland. Pa 

Ramsbnrg Fertilizer Co., Frederick, Md., 

S. B. Brodbeck, Brodbeck, Pa 

B. M. Hess A Bro, Inc., Philadelphia, 

Scott Fertilizer Co.. Elkton. Md., 

Bbaron Rendering A Fertilizer Works. Sharon 

Scbaal-Sheldon Fertilizer. Buffalo, N. Y 

Swacks Fertilizer Works. DuBois, 

Smith Agricultural Chemical Co., Columbus, Ohio 

Swift A Co., Baltimore^ Md 

8. K. Chambers A Bro.. Elk View 

Snperior Guano Co 

Tuscarora Fertilizer. Baltimore. Md 

Jrenton Bone Fertilizer, 



175 00* 
15 00 
15 00 
65 OO 

15 00 ' 

136 00 • 
806 00 
80 00 
90 00 
96 OO • 

86 00 

16 00^ 
16 00 

190 00 
96 00' 

106 00^ 
200 00 
720 OO 
SI6 00 

105 00' 

185 00 - 
180 00 
90 00 
245 00 
406 00 

16 00 

15 00 
90 00 

205 00 
265 00 

15 00 

aooo 

15 00 

60 00 
40 00 

15 00 
200 00 

80 00 
170 00 
410 00 

35 00 
75 00 
80 00 
46 OO 
876 00 

740 OO 
150 OO 
185 00 
335 00 
15 OO 

00 00 
95 00 

65 00 

66 00 
860 00 

I'iS OO 
46 00 
265 OO 
230 00 

90 00 

480 00 
15 00 
15 00 

206 00 

106 00 



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Receipts from Oorporatluns and Associations— Contiuued. 

FERTILIZER LICENSES— Continued. 



Fortlliiers 
Licenses. 



T. S. Kenderdlne A Sons, Newtown, Pa., 

Taylor Provision Co., Trenton, N. J 

Tennessee Coal & Iron R. R. Co., Birmingtam, Ala 

Thomas Fertilizer Works 

Union Cliemical Works, North Wale.9. Pa 

United Home Dressed Meat Co., Altoona, 

Virginia, Carolina Chemical, by Rasin Monumental, Baltimore, Md., 

Wltherbie & Sherman & Co., Port Henry, N. Y 

W. B. Whann Co.. Phlla 

Wooldrldge Fertiliser Co., Baltimore, Md 

Warren Fertilizer, Warren, 

Washington, Alexander & Cooke Co., Charlestown, W. Va 

W. W. Sullivan, Landenbetg, Pa 

W. S. Farmer & Co., Baltimore, Md 

W. E. Robinson 

York Chemical Works 

Total $34,955 00 



8S00 
50 00 
15 00 
135 00 
245 00 


15 00 
2S5 00 

15 00 
165 00 
106 00 


«00 

195 00 
75 00 
3000 
15 00 


M5 00 



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Receipts from Oorporatiuns and Associations— Continued. 



NO 33. PRIVATE BANKERS' EX AMINATIONvS. 



Qxaminationa. 



James C. MacNab, Newcastle .' ^... HO 00 

Sljpnund R. Arnstine, Scranton 10 00 

American Loan Co., 70 00 

InteraUte Collateral lioan, Plttsbuigh, 10 oo 

Provident Collateral Association 10 oo 

Provident Loan. Philadelphia. 10 00 

Provident Loan. Sharon 10 00 

Demmick D. Drake, Philadelphia 10 oO 

Penu Ix)an Co., Philadelphia, 20 00 

Lancaster Loan Co., Lancaster 10 oO 

George W. Meyers, Philadelphia 10 00 

Charles H. Hains, Pitttsbargh 10 oo 

Mutnal Loan Co., Lancaster 10 oo 

D. Francis Mitchell, Reading, 10 00 

Oaarantee Loan Co., Chicago, SO 00 

People* Investment Co., Reading, 8000 

Miss B. L. Zimmerman, Harrisburg, 10 00 

Market St. Loan Co., Philadelphia 10 00 

Pennsylvania Inv., Harrisburg, 10 oo 

Profit Sharing Loan Society, Harrisburg, 10 oo 

C. H. Watts. Phila'lelphia lOO 00 

City Loan & Savings, Philadelphia, 10 QO 

Wm. G. Caldwell, Philadelphia 10 00 

Central Loan Co., Scranton, 10 00 

Peoples Loan Co., Pitttsburgh 10 00 

Honsehold Loan Co., Philadelphia 10 00 

Remedial Loan Co., Philadelphia 10 00 

Citizens Loan Co., Philadelphia 10 00 

Security Loan Co., Philadelphia, 10 oO 

Jacob F. Pearlman. New Castle 10 00 

Hamilton Loan Society, Philadelphia 10 00 

Co-operative Loan and Investment, Harrisburg, 10 00 

Equitable Investment Co. . New York, 40 00 

Penna. Loan Co., Philadelphia, 10 oo 

Beneflclal Loan Society, Philadelphia 10 00 

Carl G. Hubbell, WiUiamfiport, 10 oo 

Penna. Investment Co., Sunbury 10 00 

Ocean W. Good, Wllllamsijort 10 00 

Beneflclal Loan Society, Philadelphia, 10 00 

Girard Investment Co., Philadelphia 10 00 

Bdwin B. Buenzle, Allentown, 10 00 

Total (690 00 



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Off. Doc. 



Receipts from Corporations and Associations— Continoed. 



AMOUNT REFUNDED ON HIGHWAY CONSTRUCTION. 



Counties. 



Amounts 



Adams, 7»233 59 

Allegheny, 1,903 87 

Armstrong, 4,840 05 

Beaver, 27,523 63 

Bedford, 2,062 25 

Berks, 272 90 

Bradford , 5,^*1 54 

Bucks, 34,746 05 

Butler, 35,265 15 

Cambria , 10,015 40 

Centre, 1,306 51 

Chester, 40,223 83 

Clarion, 417 05 

Clearfield, 31,477 17 

Clinton, 9,707 02 

Columbia, 607 79 

Crawford, 14,504 85 

Cumberland, 2,042 77 

Dauphin, 9,659 57 

Delaware, 1 ,166 96 

Elk, 8,238 90 

Brie, 27,70199 

Fayette , 707 83 

Forest, 1,722 13 

Franklin, 2,775 83 

Fulton, 9 53 

Green, 34,728 79 

Huntingdon, 175 02 

Indiana, 8,002 08 

Jefferson, 15,301 95 

Juniata , 117 03 

Lancaster, 23,434 12 

Lawrence, 8,756 19 

Lebanon, 4,309 99 

Lehigh, 1.350 87 

Luzerne, 3,72105^ 

Lycoming, 15,320 11 

McKean, 7,354 72 

Mercer, 8,259 44 

Miflain, 155 10 

Monroe, 21,073 53 

Montgomery, ^ 20,211 08 

Montour 334 34 

Northampton , 2,083 68 

Northumberland , 5,736 16 

Pike, 97 90 

Potter, 14,183 99 

Snyder, 58 44 

Somerset, 7,488 78 

Sullivan , 98 04 

Susquehanna, 844 99 

Tioga, 30,391 44 

Venango, 7,614 09 

Warren, 2,264 82 

Washington, 107.990 29 

Westmoreland, .• 67,346 17 

York, 35,414 54 

Total, $735,139 68 



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REPORO? OF FINANCES. 



4S7 



Receipts from Oorporations and Associations— Cktntinued. 



FINES. 



Automobile, $9,793 25 

Cold Storage, 820 50 

Court Martial, 274 00 

Egg, 1,928 50 

Employment Act, 100 00 

Factory, 25 00 

Feeding Stuffs, 62100 

Fertilizers, 1,681 16 

Fishing, 3,287 40 

Food, 8,975 01 

Game, 16,949 11 

Ice Cream, 250 00 

Labor Law, 3,207 00 

Lard, 503 50 

Linseed Oil, 100 00 

Live Stock, 129 25 

Mattress, 75 00 

Meat, 700 00 

Milk, 7,952 08 

Minor Labor, 1,660 00 

Moving Picture Censor, 5,335 00 

Non-Alcholic Drink, 4,500 21 

Oleomargarine, 1,227 25 

Registered Package (unlawful use of), 162 00 

Renovated Butter, 100 00 

Sabbath Breaking, 684 40 

Seed, 190 00 

State Police, 98 74 

Vinegar, 600 00 

Total, $71,929 36 



REFUNDED CASH. 



Samuel G. Dixon, Commissioner Dept. of Health, $1,167 80 

Mothers' Assistance Fund, 37 68 

State Hospital for Criminal Insane, Fairview, 303 61 

Frank Black, Commissioner State Highway, 481 00 

John Price Jackson, Dept. Labor & Industry, 116 94 

a?ho8. J. Stewart, Adjutant General, 53 75 

Thos. L. Montgomery, State Librarian, 60 26 

John C. Groome, Supt. State Police, 456 1^ 

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Receipts from Cori)oratlons and Associations— Continued. 



REB'UNDED CASH— Continued. 



Samuel G. Rambo, Supt. Public Grounds & Bldgs., 230 66 

Atlantic ReJaning Co., 48 00 

Neal D. Nieber, Naval Militia, 216 6i 

Commission to Investigate Methods EMre Ins . Cos . , 113 60 

City of Pittsburgh, School District, 47,249 S2 

Pennsylvania Oral School for Deaf, 2 48 

Commission to Investigate Cold Storage, 588 13 

A. W. Powell, Auditor General, 22 03 

Harmony Society, 336 00 

G. W. Van Gorder, Treas., .' 3 18 

Hartstown Boro., 70 

John Kelly, Treas. Nelson Town.ship, 5 71 

Treas. Cherry Valley Boro. , 09 

Treas. McMahon Boro. , 4 15 

Easton Home for Friendless Children, 62 33 

Wm. Greer, Hazleton, Pa., 1 00 

State Armory Board, 65 06 

J. S . Sowers, Gettysburg, 2 78 

Commission Independence Day Celebration, 15 00 

Pennsylvania Soldiers & Sailors Home, Erie, Pa . , 1,504 51 

W. S . Leib, Resident Clerk House Representatives, 2 60 

Commission Petersburg Monument, 7 92 

Oscar Johnson, 1 00 

W. Harry Baker, Secy, of Senate, 150 00 

Harmon M. Kephart, Chief Clerk Senate, 84 55 

Robt. Conklin, Dept. of Forestry, 85 44 

Blairsdell & Sheldon, Punxsutawney, 150 00 

State Hospital Injured Persons, Mercer, 32 

H. W. Wilson Co., 12 00 

Thos. H. Garvin, Chief Clerk House of Representatives, 152 00 

Board Game Commission, 9 02 

State Board of Education, 13 96 

Commission to Investigate Recording* of Deeds , 286 76 

C. J. Marshall State Veterinarian, 8 40 

State Hospital for Insane, Danville, 2 38 

State Fire Marshal, 20 16 

A. B. Millar, Secy. Public Service Commission, 860 66 

T. J. Lynch, Water Supply Commission, 19 55 

Stoyestown Boro. , 107 16 

Erie City Water Works, 16 73 

A. Pomerantz & Co., 3 20 

Total, $55,337 76 



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Hecelpts from Corporations and Associations— Continued. 



FEES OF OFFICE. 



Cyrus B. Wood, Secretary of Commonwealth, $117,956 76 

T. L. Montgomery, Secretary State Library, 1,013 60 

J. Denny O'Neil, Insurance Commissioner, 194,090 54 

A. W. Powell, Auditor General, 362 60 

C, B. Heustis, Health Officer, 12,717 90 

Francis Shunk Brown, Attorney General, 2,043 49 

J. W. KeUogg, Chief Chemist, 274 75 

A. B. Millar, Secretary Public Service Commission, 1,398 02 

Samuel Dixon, Health Commissioner, 7,152 50 

Nathan C. Shaeffer, Superintendent Public Instruction, 3,724 67 

Henry Houck, Secretary Internal Affairs, 1,279 50 

Chas. !E. Patton, Secretary Agriculture, 82 67 

Robert K. Young, State Treasurer, 24 50 

James E . Roderick, Chief Department of Mines, 4,479 00 

N. C. Shaeffer, Secretary Bureau Medical Education and Licensure, .. 5,380 00 

Total, $346,599 90 



ESCHEATS. 



Amount escheated to tlie Commonwealth as per Act of April 17, 1872 
and per Act of May 2, 1889, $31,571 60 



Total, $31,571 50 



ANNUITY FOR RIGHT OF WAY. 



Annuity for right of way, Erie Railroad Co., $10,000 00 



Total, $10,000 00 



GROSS RECEIPTS-NOTARIES PUBLIC. 



Tax on gross receipts of notaries public as provided in the Act of May 
20, 1865, Section 1, page 846, $5,401 68 

Total, $5,401 68 

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LICENSES. 



Chiropody, ^50 00 

Cold Storage, 3,550 00 

Employment Agency, 16,700 00 

Enrollment of Stallions, 2,353 00 

Fishing, 3,260 50 

Lime, 1,100 00 

Midwife, 1,646 00 

Money Lenders, 4,650 00 

Non Resident Hunters, 3,044 95 

Oleomargarine, 273,505 71 

Private Bankers, 650 00 

Renovated Butter, 933 34 

Resident Huntersi 256,302 00 

Therapy Massage, ' 175 00 

Taxidermy, 1,100 74 

Total, 1669,121 24 



MISCELLANEOUS. 



Accrued interest and penalties from various sources, $6,673 67 

Conscience Money, 189 32 

Care of Insane, 80,138 17 

Forestry Reservation sundries, 20,179 33 

Insurance of State Property, 36,770 68 

Lands , 59 40 

Forest Fire Expense, , 97 74 

Receipts of sales State property, 12,969 82 

Collections for surety bonds, ^ 303 21 

Sale State highway maps, 444 62 

Sale State highway bulletins, 1,698 00 

U.S. Government State College & Soldiers Home, 73,000 82 

Fees for examining moving picture films, 64,624 00 

Sale of substitute seals, 2,871 50 

Sale of stock transfer stamps, 165,960 02 

Sale state equipment, 1,136 35 

Sale military stores, 28,635 92 

Sale pamphlet laws, 263 50 

Rent of State property, 1,502 32 

Prison manufacture fund sales, 346 87 

State aid refund by counties, 33,705 44 

Income from school funds invested, 9,507 50 

Income from insurance fund invested, 7,191 25 

Total, $548,279 45 

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• Expend! turee af tbe Commonwealth. Detailed Statement— Continued. 

EXPENDITURES 

OF THE 

COMMONWEALTH OF PENNSYLVANIA 



DETAILED STATEMENT. 

Showing the Amount paid at the State Treasury, as applied to the 

several classes of expenditures, during the fiscal year ending 

with the 30th day of November, 1916. 



SENATE. ^ 



W. Harry Baker, Secretai^ of the Sen- 
ate, salary from Dec. 1, 1915, to "Nov. 
30, 1916, 16,000 00 

Contingent expenses of Secretary 750 00 

Harmon Kephart, Chief Clerk, salary 

from Dec. 1, 1915 to Nov. 30, 1916, .\ 4,999 92 

Contingent and incidental expenses of 

the Chief Clerk, 1,850 00 

Herman P. Miller, Senate Librarian, 
salary from Dec. 1, 1915 to Nov. 30, 
1916, • 3,600 00 

Contingent expenses of Librarian, 1,700 00 

Senate employes, salaries from Dec. 1, 

1915 to Nov. 30, 1916, 15,420 00 

Indexing Legislative Journal, 1,500 00 

Total, ?35,819 92 

HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES. 

Thomas H. Garvin, Chief Clerk, salary 

from Dec. 1, 1915 to Nov. 30, 1916, . . $4,999 99 
Contingent and incidental expenses of 

Chief Clerk, 1,000 00 

William S. Leib, Resident Clerk, salary 

from Dec. 1, 1915 to Nov. 30, 1916, . . 3,600 00 

Contingent expenses of Resident Clerk, 2,000 00 
Employes, salaries from Dec. 1, 1915 to 

Nov. 30, 1916, 11,220 00 

Index for House of Representatives 

Journal, 1915, 1,790 00 

Total, 124,609 99 



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Expenditures of the Commonwealth. Detailed Statement— Contlnaed. 

JUDICIARY. 
SUPREME COURT. 
J. Hay Brown, Chief Justice, salary 

from Dec. 1, 1915 to Nov. 30, 1916, . . f 13,500 00 

Clerk hire, 2,500 00 

S. Leslie Mestrezat, Justice, salary from 

Dec. 1, 1915 to Nov. 30, 1016, 12,999 96 

Clerk hire, 2,500 00 

William D. Potter, salary from Dec. 1, 

1915, to Nov. 30, 1916, 12,999 96 

Clerk hire, 1,875 00 

John Stewart, Justice, «alary from Dec. 

1, 1915, to Nov. 30, 1916, 12,999 96 

Clerk hire, 1,600 00 

Robert VonMoschzisker, Justice, salary 

from Dec. 1, 1915 to Nov. 30, 1916, . . 12,999 96 

Clerk hire, 2,500 00 

Robert S. Frazer, Justice, salary from 

Dec. 1, 1915 to Nov. 30, 1916, 12.999 96 

Clerk hire, 2,500 00 - - 

Emory A. Walling, Justice,, salary from 

Dec. 1, 1915 to Nov. 30, 1916, 11,846 73 

Clerk hire, 2,291 66 

Total for Supreme Court, f 106,113 19 

SUPERIOR COURT. 
George B. Orlady, President Judge, sal- 
ary from Dec. i, 1915 to Nov. 30, 1916, . 12,458 26 

Clerk hire and expenses, 2,408 00 

William D. Porter, salary from Dec. 1, 

1915 to Nov. 30, 1916, 13,000 00 

Clerk hire and expenses, 1,913 00 

John J. Henderson, salary from Dec. 1, 

1915 to Nov. 30, 1916, 12,000 00 

Clerk hire and expenses, 2,027 99 

John B. Head, salarv from Dec. 1, 1915 

to Nov. 30, 1916, "^ 12,000 00 

Clerk hire and expenses, 1,938 00 

John W. Kephart, salarv from Dec. 1, 

1915 to Nov. 30, 1916,^ 12,000 00 

Clerk hire and expenses, 2,471 27 

Frank M. Trexler, salary from Dec. 1, 

1915 to Nov. 30, 1016, 12,000 00 

Clerk hire and expenses, 1,717 11 

J. Henry Williams, salarv from Dec. 1, 

1915 to Nov. 30, 1916, \ 10,935 50 

Clerk hire and expenses, 2,100 77 "^ 

Chas. E. Rice, salar>^ to Dec. 31, 1915, . . 1,041 66 
Clerk hire, 125 00 

Total Superior Court, 100,136 56 

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Wo. 1. REPORT OF FINANCES. 493 

Bxpenditures of the Commonwealth. Detailed Statement— Contiuueil. 

COURTS OF COMMON PLEAS. 
FIRST DISTRICT, PHILADELPHIA COUNTY. 
COURT NO. 1. 

P. Amedee Bregy, salary from Dec. 1, 

1915 to Nov. 30, 1916, 10,999 92 

John M. Patterson, salary from Dec. 1, 

1915 to Nov. 30, 1916, 10,999 92 

William H. Shoemaker, salary from Dec. 

1, 1915 to Nov. 30, 1916, 10,999 92 

COURT NO. 2. 

N. S. Barratt, salary from Dec. 1, 1915 

to Nov. 30, 1916, 10,999 92 

Mayer Sulzeberger, salary from Dec. 1, 

1915 to Jan. 5, 1916, 1,005 37 

D. Webster Dougherty, salary from Dec. 

1, 1915 to Jan. 5, 1916, 1,005 37 

H. N. Wessel, salary from Jan. 5, 1916 

to Nov. 30, 1916, 10,024 13 

Joseph P. Rogers, salary from Jan. 5, 

1916 to Nov. 30, 1916, 10,024 13 

COURT NO. 3. 

Charles B. McMichael, salary from Dec. 

1, 1915 to Nov. 30, 1916, 10,999 92 

William C. Ferguson, salary from Dec. 

1, 1915 to Nov. 30, 1916, 10,999 92 

Howard A. Davis, salary from Dec. 1, 

1915 to Nov. 30, 1916, 10,999 92 

COURT NO. 4 

Charles Y. Audenried, salary from Dec. 

1, 1915 to Nov. 30, 1916, 10,999 92 

William Wilkins Carr, salary from Dec. 

1, 1915 to Nov. 30, 1916, ". 10,999 92 

Thomas D. Finletter, salary from Dec. 

1, 1915 to Nov. 30, 1916, 10,999 92 

COURT NO. 5. 
J. Willis Martin, salary from Dec. 1, 

1915, to Nov. 30, 1916, . .-. 11,000 00 

Bobert Ralston, salary from Dec. 1, 1915 

to Feb. 28, 1916, 1,567 28 

John Monaghan, salary from June 18, 

1916 to Nov. 30, 1916, 5,011 07 

William H. Staake, salary from Dec. 1, 

J915 to Nov, 30, 1916, 11,000 00 



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Expenditures of the Gomraonwealtb. Detailed Statement— Continiied. 

SECOND DISTRICT. LANCASTER COUNTY. 

Charles I. Landis, salary from Dec. 1, 
1915 to Nov. 30, 1916, 6,999 96 

A. B. Hassler, salary from Dec. 1, 1915 
to Nov. 30, 1916, 6,999 96 

THIRD DISTRICT, NORTHAMPTON COUNTY. 

Russell C. Stewdrt, salarv from Dec. 1, 

1915 to Nov. 30, 1916, \ 7,583 29 

J. Davis Broadhead, salary from Dec. 1, 
1915 to Jan. 5, 1916, 1,204 30 

William M. McKeen, salary from Jan. 

5, 1916, to Nov. 30, 1916, 6,378 99 

FOURTH DISTRICT, TIOGA OOUNTy. 

David Cameron, salary from Dec. 1, 1915 
to Jan. 5, 1916, 1,032 25 

Sevellon F. Channell, salary from Jan. 
5, 1916 to Nov. 30, 1916, 5,467 75 

Salary and expenses as assigned judge, 251 34 " 

FIFTH DISTRICT, ALLEGHENY COUNTY. 

John D. Shafer, salary from Dec. 1, 1915 

to Nov. 30, 1916, 10,999 92 

John A. Evans, salary from Dec. 1, 1915 

to Nov. 30, 1916, 11,916.58 

Marshall Brown, salary from Dec. 1, 

1915 to Nov. 30, 1916, 10,999 92 

James R. MacFarlane, salary from Dec. 

1, 1915 to Nov. 30, 1916, 11,916 58 i 

Thomas J. Ford, salary from Dec. 1, 1915 

to Nov. 30, 1916, 10,999 92 ^ 

Joseph M. Swearingen, salary from Dec. 

1, 1915 to Nov. 30, 1916, 10,999 92 

Salary and expenses as Assigned Judge, 122 00 

Thomas D. Carnahan, salary from Dec. 

1, 1915 to Nov. 30, 1916, 10,999 92 

Josiah Cohen, salarv from Dec. 1, 1915 

to Nov. 30, 1916;^ 10,999 92 

John C. Hamaker, salary from Dec. 1, 

1915 to Nov. 30, 1016, 10,999 92 

Livingston L. Davis, salary from Dec. 1, 

1015 to Nov. 30, 1916 10,999 92 

Ambrose B. Reid, salary from Dec. 1, 

1915 to Nov. 30, 1916, 10,999 92 

J. McF. Carpenter, salarv from Dec. 1, 

1915 to Nov. 30, 1916, ". 10,999 92 "^ 



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Expenditures &t the Commonwealth. Detailed Statement— Continued. 
SIXTH DISTRICT, ERIE COUNTY. 

Emory A. Walling, salary from Dec. 1, 

1915 to Jan. 5, 1916, 810 22 

U. P. Bossiter, salary from Jan. 5, 1916 

to Nov. 30, 1916, 7,408 20 

Edward L. Whittelsey, salary from Jan. 
5, 1916 to Nov. 30, 1916, 6,378 99 

SEVENTH DISTRICT, BUCKS COUNTY. 

William C. Ryan, salary from Dec. 1, 

1915 to Nov. 30, 1916, 6,500 00 

Salary and expenses as assigned judge, 21 10 

EIGHTH DISTRICT, NORTHUMBERLAND COUNTY. 

Herbert W. Cummings, salary from Dec. 

1, 1915 to Nov. 30, 1916, 6,999 96 

Salary and expenses as assigned judge, 117 50 
Fred B. Moser, salary from Dec. 1, 1915 

to Nov. 30, 1916, 6,416 63 

Salary and expenses as assigned judge, 554 34 

NINTH DISTRICT, CUMBERLAND COUNTY. 

Wilbur P. Sadler, salary from Dec. 1, 

1915, to Jan. 5, 1916, 532 32 

Sylvester B. Sadler, salary from Jan. 5, 

1916 to Nov. 30, 1916, 5,467 68 

Salary and expenses as assigned judge, 149 30 

TENTH DISTRICT, WESTMORELAND COUNTY. 

Lucien W. Doty, salary from Dec. 1, 

1915 to Nov. 30, 1916, 6,999 96 

Alexander D. McConnell, salary from 
Dec. 1, 1915 to Nov. 30, 1916, 7,583 29 

ELEVENTH DISTRICT, LUZERNE COUNTY. 

Henry A. Fuller, salary from Dec. 1, 

1915 to Nov. 30, 1916, 8,499 96 

John M. Garman, salary from Dec. 1, 

1915 to Nov. 30, 1916, 8,499 96 

Salary and expenses as assigned judge, 61 50 

S. J. Strauss, salary from Dec. 1, 1915 

to Nov. 30, 1916, 8,499 96 

P. A. O'Bovle, salary from Dec. 1, 1915 

to Nov. 30, 1916, 8,499 96 

J. B. Woodward, salary from Dec. 1, 

1915 to Nov. 30, 1916, 8,499 96 

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Expenditures of the Commonwealth. Detailed Statement— Gontinoed. 
TWELFTH DISTRICT, DAUPHIN COUNTY. 

George Kunkel, salary from Dec. 1, 1915 

to Nov. 30,' 1916, 9,000 00 

S. J. M. McCarrell, salary from Dec. 1, 

1915 to Nov. 30, 1916, 9,000 00 

Clerk hire for judges of 12th Judicial 

District, 1,337 45 

THIRTEENTH DISTRICT, GREENE COUNTY. 

James Ingram, salary from Dec. 1, 1915 

to Jan. 5, 1916, 532 25 

J. W. Rav, salary from Jan. 5, 1916 to 

Nov. 30, 1916, 5,467 75 

FOURTEENTH DISTRICT, FAYETTE COUNTY. 

John Q. Van Swearingen, salary from 

Dec. 1, 1915 to Nov. 30, 1916, 6,999 96 

Edmund H. Reppert, salary from Dec. 

1, 1915 to Nov. 30, 1916, 7,583 29 

FIFTEENTH DISTRICT, CHESTER COUNTY. 

William Butler, Jr., salary from Dec. 

1, 1915 to Nov. 30, 1916, 6,999 96 

Robert S. Gawthorp, salary from Dec. 

1, 1915 to Jan. 5, 1916, - ^ 1,204 29 

J. Frank E. Hause, salary from Jan. 5, 

1916 to Nov. 30, 1910, 6,378 99 

SIXTEENTH DISTRICT, SOMERSET COUNTY. 

William H. Ruppel, salary from Dec. 1, 

1915 to Nov. 30, 1916, 6,000 00 

Salaries and expenses as assigned judge, 151 16 

SEVENTEENTH DISTRICT, UNION AND SNYDER COUNTIES. 

Albert W. Johnson, salary from Dec. 1, 

1915 to Nov. 30, 1916, 6,500 00 

Salary and expenses as assigned judge, 2,716 23 

EIGHTEENTH DISTRICT, Clx^RION COUNTY. 

G. G. Sloan, salary from Dec. 1, 1915 

to Nov. 30, 1916, 6,000 00 

Salary and expenses as assigned judge, 1,769 68 

NINETEENTH DISTRICT, YORK COUNTY. 

Nevin M. Wanner, salary from Dec. 1, 
1915 to Nov. 30, 1916, 6,999 96 

N. Sergeant Ross, salary from Dec. 1, 
1915 to Nov. 30, 1916, . , 6,999 96 



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Bzpendltures of the Commonwealth. Detailed Statement— Continued. 

TWENTIETH DISTRICT, HUNTINGDON, BEDFORD AND MIFFLIN 

COUNTIES. 

Joseph M. Woods, salary from Dec. 1, 

1915 to Dec. 21, 1916, 583 33 

Thomas F. Bailey^ salary from Jan. 5, 

1916 to Nov. 30, 1916, 6,378 99 

Salary and expenses as -assigned judge, 430 00 

TWENTY-FIRST DISTRICT, SCHUYLKILL COUNTY. 

H. O. Bechtel, salary from Dec. 1, 1915 

to Nov. 30, 1916, 6,999 96 

Charles N. Brumni, salary from Dec. 1, 

1915 to Nov. 30, 1915, 6,999 96 

Richard H. Koch, salary from Dec. 1, 

1915 to Nov. 30, 1916, 6,999 96 

TWENTY-SECOND DISTRICT, WAYNE COUNTY. 

Alonzo T. Searle, salary from Dec. 1, 

1915 to Nov. 30, 1916, 6,500 00 

Salary and expenses as assigned judge, 1,535 06 

TWENTY-THIRD DISTRICT, BERKS COUNTY. 

Gustav A. Endlich, salary from Dec. 1, 

1915 to Nov. 30, 1916, 6,999 96 

Geo. W. Wagner, salary from Dec. 1, 

1915 to Nov. 30, 1916, 6,999 96 

TWENTY-FOURTH DISTRICT, BLAIR COUNTY. 

Thomas J. Baldridge, salarv from Dec. 

1, 1915 to Nov. 30, 1916, ^ 7,583 29 

Salary and expenses as assigned judge, 807 92 

TWENTY-FIFTH DISTRICT, CLINTON, CAMERON AND ELK COUNTIES. 

Harry Alvan Hall, salary from Dec. 1, 

1915 to Nov. 30, 1916, . . . . ; 6,000 00 

Salary and expenses as assigned judge, 123 62 

TWENTY-SIXTH DISTRICT, COLUMBIA AND MONTOUR COUNTIES. 

Charles C. Evans, salary from Dec. 1, 

1915 to Nov. 30, 1916, 6,000 00 

Salary and expenses as assigned judge, 44 12 

TWENTY-SEVENTH DISTRICT, WASHINGTON COUNTY. 

J. A. Mcllvaine, salarv from Dec. 1, 

1915 to Nov. 30, 1910, 6,999 96 

Robert W. Irwin, salary from Dec. 1, 

1915 to Nov. 30, 1916, 7,583 29 

Salary and expenses as assigned judge, 393 74 



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Expenditures of the Commonwealth. Detailed Statement— Continued. 

TWENTY-EIGHTH DISTRICT, VENANGO COUNTY. 

George S. Criswell, salary from Dec. 1, 

1915 to Nov. 30, 1916, 6,500 00 

Salary and expenses as assigned judge, 733 32 

TWENTY-NINTH DISTRICT, LYCOMING COUNTY. 

Han-ey W. Whitehead, salary from Dec. 

1, 1915 to Nov. 30, 1916, 6,500 00 

Salary and expenses as assigned judge, 142 94 

THIRTIETH DISTRICT, CRAWFORD COUNTY. 

Thomas J. Prather, salarv from Dec. 1, 

1915 to Nov. 30, 1916,*^ 6,000 00 

Salary and expenses as assigned judge, 1,102 57 

THIRTY-FIRST DISTRICT, LEHIGH COUNTY. 

Clinton A. Groman, salary from Dec. 

1, 1915 to Nov. 30, 1916, 6,999 96 

Salary and expenses as assigned judge, 107 35 

THIRTY-SECOND DISTRICT, DELAWARE COUNTY. 

Isaac Johnson, salary from Dec. 1, 1915 

to Nov. 30, 1916, 7,583 29 

Salary and expenses as assigned judge, 297 06 

William B. Broomall, salary from Dec. 

1, 1915 to Nov. 30, 1916, 6,999 96 

THIRTY-THIRD DISTRICT, ARMSTRONG COUNTY. 

J. W. King, salary from Dec. 1, 1915 

to Nov. 30, 1916, 6,000 00 

Salary and expenses as assigned judge, 110 31 

THIRTY-FOURTH DISTRICT, SUSQUEHANNA COUNTY. 

Ralph B. Little, salary from Dec. 1, 1915 

to June 16, 1916, 3,266 72 

Salary and expenses as assigned judge, 144 80 

Harland A. Dennev, salary from June 

28, 1916 to Nov. "^30, 1916, 2,550 00 

THIRTY-FIFTH DISTRICT, MERCER COUNTY. 

A. W. Williams, salary from Dec. 1, 

1915 to Dec, 30, 1916, 500 00 

Salary and expenses as assigned judge, 227 16 

James A. McLaughrv, salary from Jan. 

5, 1916, to Nov. 30, 1916, 5,467 68 

THIRTY-SIXTH DISTRICT, BEAVER COUNTY. 
Richard S. Holt, salary from Dec. 1, 1915 

to Jan. 5, 1916, ...^ 521 86 

George A. Baldwin, salary from Jan. 5, 

1916 to Nov. 30, 1916, 5,467 68r^^^^]^ 

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No. 2. REPORT OF FINANCES. 400 

Bxpenditores af the Commonwealth. Detailed Statement— Continued. 
THIRTY-SEVENTH DISTRICT, WARREN AND FOREST COUNTIES. 

W. D. Hinkley, salary from Dec. 1, 1915 

to Nov. 30, 1916, 6,000 00 

Salary and expenses as assigned judge, 66 81 

THIRTY-EIGHTH DISTRICT, MONTGOMERY COUNTY. 

Aaron S. Swartz, salary from Dec. 1, 

1915 to Nov. 30, 1916, 6,999 96 

John Faber Miller, salary from Dec. 1, 

1915 to Nov. 30, 1916, 6,999 96 

Salary and expenses as assigned judge, 21 10 

THIRTY-NINTH DISTRICT, FRANKIJN COUNTY. 

W. Rush Gillan, salary from Dec. 1, 1915 

to Nov. 30, 1916, 6,500 00 

Salary and expenses as assigned judge, 232 06 

FORTIETH DISTRICT, INDIANA COUNTY. 

S. J. Telford, salary from Dec. 1, 1915 

to Dec. 31, 1916, 500 00 

J. N. Langham, salary from Jan. 5, 1916 

to Nov. 30, 1916, 5,467 76 

Salary and expenses as assigned judge, 21 98 

FORTY-FIRST DISTRICT, JUNIATA AND PERRY COUNTIES. 

William M. Seibert, salary from Dec. 1, 
1915 to Nov. 30, 1916, 6,000 00 

FORTY-SECOND DISTRICT BRADFORD COUNTY. . 

William Maxwell, salary from Dec. 1, 

1915 to Nov. 30, 1916, 6,500 00 

Salary and expenses as assigned judge, 1,292 20 

■ FORTY-THIRD DISTRICT, MONROE AND PIKE COUNTIES. 

Charles B. Staples, salary from Dec. 1, 

1915 to Nov. 30, 1916, 6,000 00 

Salary and expenses as assigned judge, 2,459 15 

FORTY-FOURTH DISTRICT^ WYOMING AND SULLIVAN COUNTIES. 
Charles E. Terry, salary from Dec. 1, 

1915 to Nov. 30, 1916, 6,000 00 

Salary and expenses as assigned judge, 325 58 

FORTY-FIFTH DISTRICT, LACKAWANNA COUNTY. 

Henry M. Edwards, salary from Dec. 1, 

1915 to Nov. 30, 1916, 8,499 96 

E. C. Newcomb, salary from Dec. 1, 1915 

to Nov. 30, 1916, 8,499 96 

J. J. O'Neill, salary from Dec. 1, 1915 

to Noy. 30, 1916, 8,499 96 

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Bxpeiulitures of the Commonwealth. Detailed Statement— Gontiuued. 
FORTY-SIXTH DISTRICT, CLEARFIELD COUNTY. 

Singleton Bell, salary from Dec. 1, 1915 

to Nov. 30, 1916, 7,583 29 

Salary and expenses as assigned judge, 1,585 54 

FORTY-SEVENTH DISTRICT, CAMBRIA COUNTY. 

Marlin B. Stevens, salary from Dec. 1, 

1915 to Nov. 30, 1916, 6,999 96 

Francis J. O'Connor, salary from Dec. 

1, 1915 to Nov. 30, 1916, 6,999 96 

FORTY-EIGHTH DISTRICT, McKEAN COUNTY. 

Joseph W. Bouton, salarv from Dec. 1, 

1915 to Nov. 30, 191(), \ 6,000 00 

Salary and expenses as assigned judge, 1,689 99 

FORTY-NINTH DISTRICT. CENTRE COUNTY 

Ellis L. Orvis, salary from Dec. 1, 1915 

to Jan. 5, 1916. 527 50 

Henry C. Quiglev, salarv from Jan. 5, 

1916 to Nov. 30, 1916, ^ 5,467 75 

FIFTIETH DISTRICT, BUTLER COUNTY. 

Aaron E. Reiber, salary from Dec. 1, 

1915 to Nov. 30, 1916, 6,500 00 

Salary and expenses as assigned judge, 297 50 

FIFTY-FIRST DISTRICT, ADAMS AND FULTON COUNTIES. 

Samuel McC. Swope, salary from Dec. 1, 

1915 to Jan. 5, 1910, 1,032 26 

Salary and expenses as assi^2:ned judge, 43 00 

Donald P. McPlierson, salarv from Jan. 

5, 1916 to Nov. 30, 1916, \ 4,967 75 

Salary and expenses as assigned judge, 64 34 

FIFTY-SECOND DISTRICT, LEBANON COUNTY. 

Charles V. Henrv, salary from Dec. 1, 

1915 to Nov. 30. 101(1, 6,000 00 

Salary and expenses as assigned judge, 1,362 80 

FIFTY-THIRD DISTRICT, LAWRENCE COUNTY. 

William E. Porter, salary from Dec. 1, 

1915 to Dec. 31, 1916, 500 00 

S. Plummer Emerv, salary from Jan. 5, 

1916 to Nov. 30,^ 1916, .' 5,467 75 

FIETTY-FOURTH DISTRICT, JEFFERSON COUNTY. 
John W. Reed, salary from Dec. 1, 1915 

to Jan. 5, 1916, 1,000 00 

Charles Corbet, salarv from Jan. 5, 1916 

to Nov. 30, 1916, ": 4,967 75 ^oalp 

Salary and expenses as assigned judge, 63 92 ^^^^*^^ 



No. 2. REPORT OF FINANCES. 501 

Expenditures of the Oommonwealth. Detailed Statement— Continued. 
FIFTY-FIFTH DISTRICT, POTTER COUNTY. 

Albert S. Heck, salary from Dec. 1, 1915 

to Nov. 30, 1916, 6,500 00 

Salary and expenses as assigned judge, 578 96 

FIFTY-SIXTH DISTRK^T, CARBON COUNTY, 

Laird H. Barber, salary from Dec. 1, 

1915 to Nov. 30, 1916, 6,500 00 

Salary and expenses as assigned judge, 726 50 

Total Courts Common Pleas, 1844,149 21 

ORPHANS' COURTS 
PHILADELPHIA COUNTY. 

Morris Dallett, salary from Dec. 1, 1915 

to Nov. 30, 1916, ?10,999 92 

J. F. Lamorelle, salary from Dec. 1, 

1915 to Nov. 30, 1916, 10,999 92 

E. A. Anderson, salary from Dec. 1, 1915 

to Nov. 30, 1916, 10,999 92 

C. F. Gummey, salary from Dec. 1, 1915 

to Nov. 30, 1916, 10,999 92 

John M. Gest, salary from Dec. 1, 1915 

to Nov. 30, 1916, 10,999 92 

ALLEGHENY COUNTY. 

James W. Over, salary from Dec. 1, 1915 
to Nov. 30, 1916, 11,916 58 

J. J. Miller, salary from Dec. 1, 1915 

to Nov. 30, 1916, 10,999 92 

Salaiy and expenses as assigned judge, 13 26 

Thomas P. Trimble, salary from Dec. 1, 

1915 to Nov. 30, 1916, 10,999 92 

BERKS COUNTY. 

Robert G. Bushong, salary from Dec. 1, 
1915 to Jan. 5, 1916, 620 96 

Harry D. Schaeffer, salary from Jan. 
6, 1916 to Nov. 30, 1916, 6,378 99 

Salary and expenses as assigned judge, 53 65 

FAYETTE COUNTY. 

James C. Work, salary from Dec. 1, 1915 
to Nov. 30, 1916, 6,999 96 

LACKAWANNA COUNTY. 

M. F. Sando, salary from Dec. 1, 1915 

to Nov. 30, 1916, 8,499 96 



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502 AUDITOR GENERAL OF PENNSYLVANIA. Off. Doc. 

> Expenditures of the Ck)mmoQwealth. Detailed StatemeDt— Continued. 

I^ANCASTER COUNTY. 

Eugene G. Smith, salary from Dec. 1, 

1915, to Nov. 30, 1916,*^ 7,583 29 

LUZERNE COUNTY. 

A. M. Freas, salary from Dec. 1, 1915 
to Nov. 30, 1916, 8,499 96 

^ MONTGOMERY COUNTY. 

William S. Solly, salary from Dec. 1, 

1915 to Nov. 30, 1916, 6,999 96 

SCHUYLKILL COUNTY. 

MacHenry Wilhelm, salary from Dec. 1, 
1915 to Nov. 30, 1916, 6,999 96 

WESTMORELAND COUNTY. 

Charles D. Copeland, salary from Dec. 

1, 1915 to Nov. 30, 1910, 6,999 96 

Total Orphans' Courts, |148,565 93 

COUNTY COURT OF ALLEGHENY COUNTY. 

William A. Wav, President Judge, sal- 
ary from Dec.'^l, 1915 to Nov. 30, 1916, ?7,041 58 

Richard A. Kennedy, salary from Dec. 1, 

1915 to Nov. 30, 1916, 6,500 00 

Charles F. McKenna, salary from Dec. 

1, 1915 to Nov. 30, 1916, 6,500 00 

David Martin Miller, salary from Dec. 1, 

1915 to Nov. 30, 1916, 6,500 00 

James B. Drew, salary from Dec. 1, 1915 

to Nov. 30, 1916, 6,500 00 

Total County Court, Allegheny County, .... |33,041 58 

MUNICIPAL COURT OF PHILADELPHIA. 

Charles L. Brown, President Judge, sal- 
ary from Dec. 1, 1915 to Nov. 30, 1916, 6,499 92 

James E. Gorman, salary from Dec. 1, 
1915 to Nov. 30, 1916, 6,000 00 

Eugene C. Bonniwell, salary from Dec. 

1, 1915 to Nov. 30, 1916, 6,000 00 

Utley E. Crane, salary from Dec. 1, 1915 
to' Nov. 30, 1916, 6,000 00 

William Gray Knowles, salary from Dec. 

1, 1915 to' Nov. 30, 1916, ! 6,000 00 

Bernard Gilpin, salary from Dec. 1, 1915 

to Nov. 30, 1916, 6,000 00 



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No. 2. RBPOBT OF FINANCES. 503 

Expenditures of the Common wt'alth. Detailed Statement— Continued. 

William T. Wheeler, salary from Dec. 

1, 1915, to Nov. 30, 1916, 6,000 00 

H. Gilbert Cassidy, salary from Dec. 

1, 1915, to Nov. 30, 1916, 5,500 00 

Baymond MacNeille, salary from Dec. 

1, 1915, to Nov. 30, 1916, 6,000 00 

Total Municipal Court Philadelphia, |53,999 92 

SALARIES OF RETIRED JUDGES. 

D. Newlin Fell, salary from Dec. 1, 1915, 

to Nov. 30, 1916, 6,750 00 

Thomas A. Morrison, salary from Dec. 

1, 1915, to August 30, 1916, 4,419 38 

Joseph Hemphill, salary from Dec. 1, 

1915, to Nov. 30, 1916, «,416 63 

Kobert N. Wilson, salary from Dec. 1, 

1915, to Nov. 30, 1916, 6,874 95 

Charles E. Rice, salary from Feb. 1, 

1916, to Oct. 31, 1916, 5,174 67 

Total Retired Judges, ?29,635 63 

ASSOCIATE JUDGES. 
ADAMS COUNTY. 

W. Howard Dicks, salary from Dec. 1, 

1915, to Nov. 30, 1916, 566 75 

Mileage, 69 00 

Leo A. Sneeringer, salary from Dec. 1, 

1915, to Nov. 30, 1916, 421 70 

Mileage, 30 90 

E. P. Miller, salary to Nov. 30, 1910,.. 205 00 

BEDFORD COUNTY. 

J. W. Huflf, salary from Dec. 1, 1915, to 

Nov. 30, 1916, 425 73 

Mileage, 210 00 

J. S. Hershberger, salary to Nov. 30, 

1916, 95 00 

Mileage, 16 80 

A. Samuel, salary from Dec. 1, 1915, to 

Nov. 30, 1916, 381 75 

Mileage, 20 70 

CAMERON COUNTY. 

Barclay, J. A., salary from Dec. 1, 1915, 

to Nov. 30, 1916, 500 00 

Mileage, 52 80 

Geo. J. LaBar, salary from Dec. 1, 1915, 

to Nov. 30, 1916, 521 70 

Mileage 3 60 

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504 AUDITOR GENERAL OP PENNSYLVANIA. Off. Doc. 

Bxpendltares of tbc Commonwealth. Detailed Statement— <;ontinned. 

CLINTON COUNTY. 

Charles H. Bressler, salary from Dec. 1, 

1915, to Nov. 30, 1916 1,000 00 

R. W. A. Jameson, salary from Dec. 1, 
1915, to Nov. 30, 1910, 990 00 

COLUMBIA COUNTY. 

M. S. Rhoads, salary from Dec. 1, 1915, 

to Nov. 30, 1916, 400 00 

Chas. E. Hanck, salarv from Dec. 1, 1915, 

to Nov. 30, 1916, 1 400 00 

Mileage 179 40 

E. C. Yeager, mileage, 280 80 

ELK COUNTY. 

Thomas B. Gillouly, salary from Dec. 

1, 1915, to Nov. 30, 1916, 300 00 

Mileage 170 83 

Harry R. Hyde, salarv from Dec. 1, 1915, 

to Nov. 30, 1916, \ 300 00 

Mileage, 170 83 

FOREST COUNTY. 

Joseph M. Morgan, salarv from Dec. 1, 

1915, to Nov. 30, 1916, 496 70 

Mileage, 7 80 

Samuel Aul, salary from Dec. 1, 1915, 

to Nov. 30, 191*6, 496 75 

Mileage, 43 20 

FULTON COUNTY. 

W. B. Stigers, salary from Dec. 1, 1915, 

to Nov. 30, 1916, 495 82 

Mileage, 52 80 

Wm. Mellott,- salary from Dec. 1, 1915, 

to Nov. 30, 1916,* 495 82 

Mileage 46 20 

HUNTINGDON COUNTY. 
E. M. Beers, salary from Dec. 1, 1915, 

to Nov. 30, 1916, 490 00 

Mileage 165 60 

W. B. McCarthv, salarv from Dec. 1, 

1915, to Nov. 30, 1916, 505 00 

JUNIATA COUNTY. 

Z. W. Gilson, salary from Dec. 1, 1915, 

to Nov. 30, 1916, 495 72 

Mileage 39 00 

W. E. Harlev, salarv from Dec. 1, 1915, 

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No. 2. REPORT OF FINANCES. 505 

Expenditures of the Commonwealth. Detailed Stat«>ment— Continued. 

MIFFLIN COUNTY. 

Geo. W. Sheary, salary from Dec. 1, 

1915, to Nov. 30, 1916, 436 70 

Mileage, 6 90 

J. Roller McCoy, salai-y from I>ec. 1, 

1915, to Nov. 30, 1916, 456 70 

Mileage, 7 20 

MONROE COUNTY. 

Geo. H. Metzgar, salary from Dec. 1, 

1915, to Nov. 30, 1916, 405 97 

Mileage, 72 00 

Moses C. Strunk, salary from Dec. 1, 

1915, to Nov. 30, 1916, 395 00 

Mileage, 163 20 

MONTOUR COUNTY. 

James I. Brannen, salary from Dec. 1, 

1915, to Nov. 30, 1916, 520 97 

Mileage, 239 40 

Martin H. Schram, salary from Dec. 1, 

1915, to Nov. 30, 1916, 540 97 

PERRY COUNTY. 

S. W. Bernhisel, salary from Dec. 1, 

1915, to Nov. 30, 1916, 455 83 

Mileage, 138 00 

D. J. Kell, salarjr from Dec. 1, 1915, 

to Nov. 30, 1916, 200 00 

Mileage, 2 70 

W. A. Meiser, salary to Nov. 30, 1916,. 5 00 

Mileage, 1 80 

PIKE COUNTY. 

G. E. Swartwood, salarv from Dec. 1, 

1915, to Nov. 30, 1916, "^ 495 83 

Mileage, 35 10 

Geo. A. Knealing, salary from Dee. 1, 

1915, to Nov. 30, 1916, 405 83 

Mileage, 117 00 

SNYDER COUNTY. 

Joseph R. Hendricks, salai7 from Dec. 

1, 1915, to Nov. 30, 1916, 225 00 

Mileage, 163 80 

J, Prank Keller, salary from Dec. 1, 1915, 

to Nov. 30, 1916, 585 00 

Mileage, 378 00 

John Field, salary to Nov. 30, 1916,. . . . 350 00 

Mileage 105 00 

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506 AUDITOR GENERAL OF PENNSYLVANIA. Off. Doc. 

Expcnditnrefl of the Commoowealth. Detailed Statement— Contlnaed. 

SULLIVAN COUNTY. 

James P. Miller, salary from Dec. 1, 

1915, to Nov. 30, 1916 540 10 

Mileage, 91 80 

Dennis Keefe, salary from Dec. 1, 1915, 

to Nov. 30, 1915,*^ 545 97 

Mileage, 96 90 

UNION CX)UNTY. 

Gottlob Rowe, salary from Dec. 1, 1915, 

to Nov. 30, 1916, 445 97 

Mileage, 148 50 

A. K. Dieffenderfer, salary from Dec. 1, 

1915, to Nov. 30, 1916, 440 97 

Mileage, 171 60 

WARREN COUNTY. 

J. W. Hughes, salary from Dec. 1, 1915, 

to Nov. 30, 1916, ^. 436 75 

Mileage, 6 90 

John Siggins, salary from Dec. 1, 1915, 

to Nov. 30, 1916, 431 75 

Mileage, 176 40 

WYOMING COUNTY. 

Kiah C. Mott, salary froui Dec. 1, 1915, 

to Nov. 30, 1916 470*97 

Mileage, 57 00 

R. E. Westlake, salarv from Dec. 1, 1915, 

to Nov. 30, 1916,' 536 70 

Mileage, 172 05 

Total Associate Judges |23,899 60 

MISOBLIANEOUS. 

Salaries of Deputy Prothouotaries 
clerks, criers, tipstaves, of the Su- 
preme and Superior Courts, salary 
from Dec. 1. 1915, to Nov. 30, 1916, . . f32,920 77 

Books, stationery and supplies and other 
necessary expenses of the Supreme and 
and Superior Courts, 12,574 37 

Total miscellaneous f45,495 14 

RECAPITULATION. 

Supreme Court ?106,113 19 

Superior Court, 100,136 56 

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i^o. 2. REPORT OF FINANCES'. 607 

Expenditures of the Commonwealth. Detailed Statement— Continaed. 

Orphans' Court, 148,565 93 

County Court, Allegheny County, 83,041 58 

Municipal Court, Philadelphia County, 53,999 92 

Retired Judges, 29,635 6a 

Associate Judges, 23,899 60 

Miscellaneous, 45,495 14 

Total, n,385,036 76 ' 

DEPARTMENT OP PUBLIC PRINTING AND BINDING. 

A. Nevin Pomeroy, Superintendent of 
Public Printing and Binding, salary 
from Dec. 1, 1915, to Nov. 30, 1916,. . . . 3,000 00 

Salaries of clerks, stenographers and 
messengers, from Dec. 1, 1915, to Nov. 
30, 1916, 8,749 75 

.Printing and binding, 217,839 79 

-Supplies for public printing and bind- 
ing, 157,894 03 

Advertising for proposals for executing 
public printing, binding, furnishing 
paper, cuts, plates and dies and other 
supplies, " 1,679 75 

^Contingent expenses, 937 50 

;Salaries of the Chief of Division, ship- 
ping clerks, mailing clerks, stenog- 
raphers, bookkeepers and messengers, 
from Dec. 1, 1915, to Nov. 30, 1916, . . 12,916 51 

DIVISION OF PUBLIC DOCUMENTS. 

Shipping public documents, including 
freight and drayage, postage and ex- 
press, 20,659 45 

Contingent expenses, 1,000 00 

RECAPITULATION . 

Salary of Superintendent, ?3,000 00 

Contingent expenses, 937 50 

Pay roll employes, 8,749 75 

Printing and binding, 217,839 79 

Supplies, etc., 157,894 03 

Advertising proposals printing, sup- 
plies, etc., 1,679 75 

Salaries Division Public Documents, . . 12,916 51 
Shipping public documents, freight, 

drayage and express, 20,859 45 

Contingent expenses Division Public 

Documents^ 1,000 00 

Total Amt. Dept. Public Printing and Binding, $424,876 78 



508 AUDITOR GENERAL OF PENNSYLVANIA. Off. Doc. 

Expenditures of the Commonwealth. Detailed Statement— Continued. 

EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT. 

Martin G. Brumbaugh, Governor, salary 

from Dec. 1, 1915, to Nov. 30, 1916, . . |10,416 66 

Private Secretary to Governor, James 

S. Hiatt, Sec'y, for Dec, 1915, etc., . . 69 46 

William H. Bail, salary from Feb. 1, 

1916, to Nov. 30, 1916, 4,375 01 

Clerk hire, from Dec. 1, 1915, to Nov. 
30, 1916, 12,680 54 

Contingent expenses, 1,500 00 

Traveling and incidental expenses of 
the Governor, and miscellaneous ex- 
penses of the Executive Mansion, 11,000 00 

OFFICE OP THE LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR. 

Frank B. McClain, Lieutenant Governor, 
salary from Dec. 1, 1915, to Nov. 30, 
1916, 4,999 93 

Clerk hire, from Dec. 1, 1915, to Nov. 
30, 1916, 2,499 96 

Contingent expenses (Lieutenant Gov- 
ernor's Division) , 136 71 

OFFICE OF THE EXECUTIVE CONTROLLER. 

Samuel C. Todd, Executive Controller, 
salary from Dec. 1, 1915, to Nov. 30, 
1916, 3,125 00 

Fred Beach, Asst. Executive Controller, 
salary from Dec. 1, 1915, to Nov. 30, 
1916, 1,875 00 

Clerk hire, Dec. 1, 1915, to Nov. 30, 1916, 1,041 63 

Contingent expenses, 1,000 00 

RECAPITULATION. 

Executive Department, ?40,041 67 

Lieutenant Governor, 7,636 60 

Executive Controller, 7,041 63 

Total, 154,719 90 

STATE DEPARTMENT. 

Cyrus E. Woods, Sec'y of the Common- 
wealth, salarv from Dec. 1, 1915, to 
to Nov. 30, 1916, 8,000 00 

Frederick A. Godcharles, Deputy Sec'y 
of the Commonwealth, salary from 
Dec. 1, 1915, to Nov. 30, 1916 3,125 00 

Clerk hire (State Department), from 

Doc. 1, 1915, to Nov. 30, 1916, 40,524 15 

Contingent and incidental exjienses. 

State Department, 2,500 00 

Preparation of new corporation index,. 1,750 00 (^r\r\o]e 



:No. 2. EEPOET OP FINANCES. 509 

Expenditures of the Commonwoaltb. Detailed Statement— Continued. 

BOAJEtD OF UNDERGROUND AND ELEVATED PASSEN- 
GER RAILWAYS. 

.John JC. Whitworth, clerk to the Board 

for exAminatiou of lettei*s pateut, 

relative .:tp the granting of charters for 

the underground and elevated passen- 

. ger railways, 937 50 

RECAPITULATION. 

: Salary of Secretury, |8,000 00 

Salary of Deputy Secretary, 3,125 00 

: Pay . roll employes, 40,524 15 

^ Contingent expenses, 2,500 00 

Preparation new corporation index, 1,750 00 

. Board Undergrpund IJlevated Passen- 
ger . Railways, 937 50 

Total, ,..,...... f56,83(> 65 



PUBLISHING PROPOSED AMENDMENTS TO THE 

.., ^ ^ CONSTITUTION. ' ' 

.Adams County: 

New Oxford Item, New Oxford, f 221 00 

Compiler, Gettysburg, 364 65 

. Star and Sentinel, Gettysburg, 364 65 

.Allegheny County: 

i Chronicle-Telegraph, Pittsburgh, 795 60 

•Leader, Pittsburgh, 795 60 

Press, Pittsburgh, 884 00 

News, McKeesport, 442 00 

Despatch, Pittsburgh, 795 60 

» Gazette-Times, Pittsburgh, 884 00 

: Post, Pittsburgh, 729 30 

Armstrong County: 

Simpsons Daily Leader, iCittanning, 364 65 

Tribune,' Kittanning, 243 10 

Free Press, Kittanning, 291 72 

Beaver County: 

Times, Beaver, 364 65 

Bedford County: 

Inquirer, Bedford, 221 00 

Everett Press, Everett, 340 34 

Everett Republican, Everett, 265 20 

Berks County : 

Eagle, Reading, 181 44 

Telegram, Reading, Eo 

Dispatch, Birdsboro, 291 72 

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Expenditures sf the Commonwealth. Detailed Statement— Cop^^iqii^, 

EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT 

Martin G. Brumbaugh, Governor, salary 221 00 

from Dec. 1, 1915, to Nov. 30, 1916, . 442 00 

Private Secretary to Governor, Jar 221 00 

S. Hiatt, Sec'y, for Dec, 1915, e^ .' 316 03 

William H. Ball, salary from 

1916, to Nov. 30, 1916, . . 
Clerk hire, from Dec. 1, ' 176 80 

30, 1916, ,:.^-'^'^'':.'. 221 00 

Contingent expenses 
Traveling and it 



the Governor ^^^.^^ 238 00 



penses of r - ^^ /*];JroJ, ' 238 00 

OFF "-:><v ^^^ ^* 

Frani- ,.^U :^%n.a^-^ 125 80 

i\)Ui^^^' 221 00 

' ^^ cofS' «<^^«r^i Butiei^' ; ; ; ; ." .' 221 00 

a (Jonnty: 

r^^^^^l^rnesboro, 221 06 

^^^ fltaineeOaerald, Ebensburg, . . . , . 221 00 

Ser, Johnstown, 145 61 

tribune, Johnstown, 170 00 

Cameron County: 

Gazette, Driftwood, 243 10 

Cameron County Press, Emporium,.. 316 03 

Carbon County: 

Times, Mauch Chunk, 221 00 

Leader, Lansford, 238 00 

Centre County: 

Democratic Watchman, Belief on te, ►. 273 00 

Keystone Gazette, Bellefonte, 294 67 

Republican, Bellefonte, 294 66 

Ledger, Philipsburg, 364 65 

Chester County: 

Daily Crescent, Phoenixville, 316 03 

Coatesville Record, Coatesville, 364 65 

Inter Borough Press, Spring City, ... 265 20 

The Record, West Chester, 364 65 

Clarion County' : 

Review, East Brady 221 00 

Republican, Clarion, 238 00 



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Expenditures ef the .Commonwealtli. Detailed Statement— Coutinned, 

Clearfield County: 

Raftsman Journal, Clearfield, 340 34 

Eepublican, Clearfield, 340 34 

Morning Courier, DuBois, 304 65 

Evening Journal, DuBois, 340 34 

Clinton County: 

Express, Lock Haven, 221 00 

Renovo News, Renovo, 243 10 

Columbia County: 
Columbia County Republican, Blooms- 
burg \ 205 20 

Morning Press 388 96 

Crawford County: 

Courier, Conneautville, 221 00 

Herald, Titusville 442 00 

Tribune Pub. Co., Meadville 437 58 

Cumberland County: 

Valley Times, Newville, 221 00 

Herald, Carlisle, 238 00 

Journal, Mechanicsburg, 265 00 

Dauphin County: 

Gazette, Halifax, 265 20 

Journal, Middletown, 442 00 

West End Reporter, Harrisburg, 309 40 

Star-Independent, Harrisburg 534 82 

Telegraph Printing Co., Harrisburg,. 534 82 
Advocate Verdict Pub. Co., Harris- 
burg, '. 234 00 

Delaware County : 

Times, Chester, 238 00 

Delaware County Record, Media, 238 00 

Progress, Darby, 221 00 

Suburban, Wayne, 221 00 

Elk County: 

Elk County Democrat, Ridgway. ... 243 10 

Erie County: 

Ledger, Corry, 331 50 

Dispatch, Erie 442 00 

Sun, North East, 243 10 

Payette County: 

Enterprise, Belle Vernon 238 00 

Herald, Uniontown, 238 00 

Courier, Connellsville 238 00 

Journal, Payette City, 238 00 

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Expenditu res cf the Commonwealth. Detailed Statement— Continued. 

Forest County: 

Forest Republican, Tionesta, 221 00 

' Express, Marienville, 221 00 

Franklin County: 

Echo-Pilot, Greeucastle, 238 00 

Franklin Repository, Chanibersburg,. 304 05 

Fulton County: 

Fulton County News, McConnellsburg, 276 25 

Record, Waynesboro, 331 50 

Fulton Republican, McConnellsburg,, 243 10 

Greene County: 

Independent, Waynesburg 255 00 

Republican, Waynesburg, 255 00 

Huntingdon County: 

The Globe, Huntingdon, 255 00 

The Times, Mt. Union, 221 00 

New Era Journal, Huntingdon, 265 00 

Indiana County: 

Messenger, Indiana, 309 40 

Courier Pub. Co., Blairsville, 291 72 

Indiana Progress, Indiana, 364 65 

Jefferson County: 

Republican, Punxsutawney, 221 00 

News Pub. Co., Punxsutawney, 265 20 

Juniata County: 
Juniata Sentinel and Rep., Mifflin- 

town, 221 00 

Times, Port Royal, 291 72 

Juniata Globe, Thompsonville 291 72 

Lackawanna County: 

Scran tonian. Scran ton, 607 75 

Leader, Carbondale, 364 65 

Providence Register, Scranton, 243 10 

Lancaster County: 

Inquirer, Lancaster 238 00 

Spy, Columbia, 309 40 

New Era, Lancaster, 229 50 

News, Strasburg, 221 00 

Lawrence County: 

Citizen, Elwood City, 221 00 

News, New Castle, ! 442 00 ^^ ^ 

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No. 2. RBt^ORT? OF FINANCES. 

Bxpenditures of the Commonwealth. Detailed Statement— Continued. 

Lebanon County : 

News, Lebanon, 489 40 

Times, Lebanon, 243 10 

Lehigh County: 

Call, Allentown 221 00 

Chronicle and News, Allentown 221 00 

Leader, Allentown, 221 00 

Luzerne County: 

Valley Vigilant, St. Johns, 442 00 

Independent, Wilkes-Barre 486 20 

Pittston Daily Gazette, Pittston 388 96 

Lycoming County: 

Sun, Williamsport, 442 00 

Gazette and Bulletin, Willianisport,. 368 33 

Herald, Jersey Shore, 265 20 

Muncy Luminary, Muncy 243 10 

McKean County: 

Kane Republican, 316 03 

Mercer County: 

Herald, Sharon, 256 62 

Reporter, Grove City, 287 30 

Dispatch and Republican, Mercer, . . 265 20 

Miflain County : 

Gazette, Lewistown, 211 25 

Times, Belleville, 221 00 

Herald, Newton Hamilton 221 00 

Democrat and Sentinel, Lewistown, . . .221 00 

Monroe County: 

, Monroe Record, Stroudsburg 221 00 

Press, East Stroudsburg, 221 00 

Montgomery County: 

Record, North Wales, 132 60 

News, Pottstowir, 442 00 

Times, Norristown, 437 58 

Public Spirit, Hatboro, 340 34 

Montour County: 

Montour American, Danville, 238 00 

News, Danville, 238 00 

Northampton County: 

Daily News, Bangor, 221 00 

Sunday Call, Easton, 88 40 

Express, Easton, 77 35 

Free Press, Easton, 309 40 ^ , ^ ^ 

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Expenditures cf tbc Commonwealth. Detailed Statement— Continued. 

Northumberland County: 

Miltonian, Milton 331 50 

Daily Herald, Shamokin, 316 03 

Daily Item, Shamokin, 340 34 

News Pub. and Printing Co., Shamo- 
kin, 388 96 

Miltonian, Milton, 321 75 

Perry County: 
People's Advocate and Press, New 

Bloomfield 221 00 

Record, Dunoannon, 221 00 

Philadelphia County: 

Bulletin, Philadelphia, 1,189 89 

Inquirer, Philadelphia, 1,105 00 

North American, Philadelphia 1,105 00 

Philadelphia Ledger, Philadelphia, . . 608 40 

Record, Philadelphia 1,105 00 

Telegraph, Philadelphia, 1,101 75 

Sunday Dispatch, Philadelphia 663 00 

The Press, Philadelphia 850 85 

Star Printing Co., Philadelphia, 265 20 

Pike County : 

Dispatch, Milford, 265 20 

Pike County Press, Milford, 221 00 

Potter County: 

Potter County Journal, Coudersport, 238 00 

I^eader Dispatch, Galeton, 238 00 

Schuylkill County: 

Advocate, Shenandoah, 221 00 

Journal, Pottsville, 459 00 

Evening Herald, Shenandoah, 364 65 

Evening Telegram, Ashland 265 20 

Evening Courier, Tamaqua, 364 65 

Snyder County : 

Herald, Beaver Springs, 316,03 

Snyder County Tribune, Selinsgrove,. 243 10 

Snyder County News, Middleburg, ... 291 72 

Somerset County : 

Standard, Somerset 221 00 

Republican, Myersdale, 221 00 

Leader, Rockwood, 221 00 

Sullivan County : 

Gazette Herald, Dushore, 221 00 

Rep. News Item, Laporte, 243 10 

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No. 2. REPORT OF FINANCES. 515 

Expenditares of the Commonwealth. Detailed Statement— Continued. 

Susquehanna County: 

Independent Rep., Montrose, ... 221 00 

News, Forest City, 221 00 

Transcript, Susquehanna, 238 00 

Tioga County: 

Agitator, Wellsboro, T 221 00 

Gazette, Wellsboro, 221 00 

Advertiser, Mansfield, 221 00 

Republican Advertiser, Wellsboro, . . . 221 00 

The Sun, Covington, 210 00 

Union County: 

Saturday News, Lewisburg, 340 34 

Telegraph, Mifflinburg, 265 20 

Venango County: 

Derrick, Oil City, 238 00 

Blizzard, Oil City, 238 00 

Evening News, Franklin 238 00 

Olyphant Gazette, Olyphant 364 65 

Warren County: 

Observer, Sheffield, 221 00 

Warren Mirror, Warren, 364 65 

Washington County: 

Daily News, Washington, 238 00 

Mail, Charleroi 238 00 

Observer, Washington, 238 00 

Wayne County : 

Citizen, Honesdale, 221 00 

Times, Hawley, 221 00 

Westmoreland County: 

Morning Review, Greensburg, 238 00 

Tribune, Greensburg, 459 00 

News, Monessen, 238 00 

Journal, Mt. Pleasant, 238 00 

Bulletin, Latrobe 238 00 

Wyoming County : 

Republican and New Age, Tunkhan- 

nock 221 00 

Record, Nicholson, 238 00 

York County : 

Dispatch, York, 442 00 

Record Herald, Hanover 176 80 

Daily, York 442 OO 

Herald and Times, Delta 132 60 

Herald and Times, Delta, 31 20 

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516 AUDITOR GENERAL OF PENNSYLVANIA. Off. Doc. 

Expenditures of the Coinmonwealth. Detailed Statement— <!biitiniied. 

AUDITOR GENERAL'S DEPARTMENT. 

Archibald W. Powell, Atfditor General, 
salary from Dec. 1, 1915, to Nov. 30, 

1916, ?7,999 92 

Salaries of Deputy Auditor General, 
Asst. Deputy Auditor General and 
Chief Clerk, from Dec. 1, 1915, to Nov. 

30, 1916, 13,500 00 

Salary of the chief clerk of the Bureau 
of Corporations and assistants, from 

Dec. 1, 1915, to Xov. 30, 1916, 12,791 60 

Salaries of all other clerks 'and em- 
ployes from Dec. 1, 1915, to Nov. 30, 

1916, 107,390 60 

Salaries of traveling auditors, from 

Dec. 1, 1915, to Nov. 30, 1916, 14,566 29 

Expenses of deputies and traveling audi- 
tors, from Dec. 1, 1915, to Nov. 30, 

1916, 9,011 19 

Purchase of patent index, records, law 

books, etc., 1,238 07 

COLLECTION OF DELINQUENT CORPORATION TAXES. 

Paul S. Ache, |4,627 49 

Beacon & Ne\vill, 160 64 

Brown, Manly O., 50 00 

Bolard, J. A*!, 150 00 

Banks, Andrew, 41 57 

Clair, Dickson, 14 13 

Coughlin, CD., 329 11 

Duncan, Chas. L., 10 00 

Eilenberger & Huffman, 48 08 

Fleitz, Joseph E 164 25 

Glenn, Donald, 38 87 

Gangloff, G. E., 25 58 

A. W. Haugenbach, 311 23 

Hice, Morrison, Reader, May, 12 86 

Heilman, H. A., 61 86 

Hoke, John W., 36 65 

A. E. Jones 1,649 74 

Langham, Elkin & Creps, 71 23 

Lewis Launders, Jr 40 00 

Lilley & Wilson, 200 00 

Musser, M. E., 120 25 

Miller, Andrew S., 41 59 

Guy B. Mays 604 31 

Lex N. Mitchell ; 350 70 

John T. Murphy, 2,298 17 

Meyers, M. H 80 68 

H. ^ W. Pyles, 216 95 

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No. 2. REPORT OF FINANCES. 517 

Expenditures of the Commonwealth. Detallod Statement— Continaed. 

T. F. Ryan, 50 00 

Schools, H. J., 21 34 

Sebring, L. M., 33 00 

Segelbaum, H. A 782 84 

Smith, J. G., 22 81 

Strawbridge, Maxwell, 256 20 

Sisson, A. E., 185 29 

Scott, F. E 40 08 

Speer & Weigle, 126 49 

Sharkev, Frank P., 57 31 

J. C. Taylor 177 92 

H. F. Troutman, 80 00 

Watson, Thos. W., 7 03 

Wm. H. Wilson, 138 41 

Watson, Diehl & Watson 400 47 

Weingartner, George T., 76 34 

Witmer, F. A., 54 25 

Wilson & McAdams, 116 28 

Wait, J. Orin, 3 59 

Total ?14,395 58 

Payment of postage, postage, express charges, costs 

of filing liens and contingent expenses 2,879 60 

Total Auditor General's Department, |183,772 85 

RECAPITULATION . 

Salary Auditor General, $7,999 92 

Salaries Deputy Auditors General and 

Chief Clerk, . ., ". 13,500 00 

Salaries Chief Bureau Corporations 

and assistants 12,791 60 

Salaries of all ofher clerks, 107,390 60 

Salaries traveling auditors, 14,566 29 

Traveling expenses deputies and audi- 
tors, 9,011 19 

Contingent expenses, 2,879 60 

Collection of delinquent corporation 

taxes, * 14,395 58 

Law books, patent indices, etc 1,238 07 

?183,772 85 



PUBLISHING STATEMENT OF MONIES IN THE GENERAL 
AND SINKING FUNDS. 

Altoona Times, |100 50 

Anthracite Labor News, Shenandoah,. . . 58 00 

Advocate- Verdict, Harrisburg, 54 00 

Brookville Republican, Brookville 57 50 

Butler Citizen, Butler, 82 82 

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518 AUDITOR GENERAL OP PENNSYLVANIA. Off. Doc. 

Expenditures of tho Commonwealth. Dotalled Statement— Continued. 

California Sentinel, 38 60 

Courier, DuBois 51 60 

Clearfield Republican, Clearfield 82 20 

Coatesville Record, Coatesville, 58 00 

Erie Times, 110 40 

Easton Free Press, 42 42 

Franklin Repository, 69 60 

Greencastle News, Green castle, 94 20 

Harrisburg Patriot, 621 09 

Kane Republican, 81 60 

Latrobe Bulletin, 58 00 

Lancaster Examiner, 98 30 

Leader, Pittsburgh, 104 40 

Lebanon Report, 100 50 

Ligonier American, Ligonier 55 00 

Morning Press, Bloomsburg, Pa., 60 60 

Monessen Call, 64 80 

Miltonian, The, 64 80 

North American, 289 50 

News, The, Mauch Chunk, 118 60 

News Record, Greensburg, 58 00 

New Castle Herald, New Castle, 58 00 

Olyphant Record, Olyphant, 174 00 

Pittsburgh Press, 259 70 

Philadelphia Press 145 00 

Pittsburgh Dispatch 120 96 

Reading Eagle, 42 96 

Republican Standard, Irwin, 55 80 

Record, Philadelphia, 145 00 

Sharon Telegraph 58 00 

Sharon Herald, 58 00 

Snyder Count;v' Tribune, 58 00 

Scranton Daily News 41 10 

Scranton Republican 102 00 

, Star-Independent, Harrisburg 542 34 

' Times-Leader, Wilkes-Barre 82 35 

Wellsboro Agitator, 25 00 

Wilkes-Barre Independent, 184 20 

Total, • »4,827 44 



BALANCE DUE RETIRED COI^NTY OFFICERS FOR OVER- 
PAYMENT OF MERCANTILE AND OTHER LICENSES. 

Allegheny county ?21 08 

Centre county 4 00 

Chester counfv 15 57 

Crawford county 31 

Franklin county 177 08 

Lancaster county 2 06 C^ninn](> 

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No. 2. REPORT OF FINANCES. 519 

Blpendi tares of the Commonwealth. Detailed Statement— Contlnaed. 

Lebanon county, 59 54 

Monroe county, 1 71 

Northampton county, 105 50 

Tioga county, 9 00 

Total, 1395 85 

REFUND COLLATERAL INHERITANCE TAX. 

Refund of Collateral Inheritance Tax erroneously paid into the State 
Treasury by the following named estates : 

Estate of Mary Bannon, dec'd, Cather- 
ine Sheeran, devisee, $71 58 

Estate of C. Hartman Kuhn Harris, 
decM, Penna. Co. for In. & An., trus- 
tee, , 82 35 

Estate of ' Benjamin P. Huddy, dec'd, 

Amelia Garrett, Exc r>5 79 

Estate of S. M. Taylor, dec'd, A. C. Mun- 

hall, Exc 960 00 

Estate of Wm. R. White, dec'd, Robt. 

T. Gilfillan, Exc 203 42 

Estate of A. M. Lofland, dec'd, I. H. 
Turner, Adm., 22 62 

Estate of C. C. Rhoads, dec'd, J. L. 
Rhoads, Exc, 47 50 

Estate of Helen Louise Merrick, dec'd. 
Fidelity Trust Co., Exc 3,723 33 

Estate of Susan Pickering, dec'd, ac- 
count George W. Scott, Esq 285 00 

Estate of Amelia Vottler, dec'd, Lan- 
caster 302 01 

Estate of S. Moore, dec'd, Media, 72 26 

Total, ., $5,895 86 

COMPENSATION OF INFORMANTS IN ESCHEATS. 

Henry G. Wasson, $10,000 00 

Moses J. Keller, Escheater, 416 56 

R. N. Greer, Informant 590 14 

C. I). Coughlin, Escheater 169 07 

David H. Mathews, Informant, 134 49 

Chas. S. Schofield, Escheater 151 23 

Maxwell Strawbridge, Escheater 46 88 

Gilbert R. Fox, Informant 66 42 

George W. S^^reeney, Recorder 3 00 

John T. Murnhy, Escheater 205 15 

Geo. E. Wolf, Escheater 16 23 

Allen W. Hagenbach, Escheater 144 43 

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520 AUDITOR GENERAL OF PENNSYLVANIA. Off. Doc. 

Expenditures at the Commouwealth. Detailed Statement— C5ontinued. 

M. H. Salsburg, Informant, 239 52 

H. J. Hornbeck, Informant, 194 59 

Harry W. Bass, Informant, 169 92 

Isaac D. Yocum, Escheater, 363 45 

H. H. Dawson, Escheater, 102 25 

E. W. Oriswell, Escheater, 101 75 

Henry Trombore, Informant, . . .^ 144 16 

John T. Murphy, Escheater, 4 94 

W. P. Lee, Informant, 141 35 

John T. Murphy, Escheater, 55 26 

Louis B. Huffman, Inforijfiant, 290 64 

Chas. W. Miller, Informant, 223 22 

Howard J. Lowell, Escheater, 9 30 

Horace B. Nepps, Escheater, 538 82 

C. C. Cretin, Informant, 733 67 

Maxwell Strawbridge, Escheater, 169 65 

65 15 

Total, ?15,525 75 



MERCANTILE APPRAISERS' MILEAGE. 

Adams county, $60 60 

Allegheny county, 550 02 

Bedford count>% 35 34 

Berks county, 318 60 

Blair county, 102 00 

Bradford county, 90 00 

Bucks county, 216 00 

Butler county, 60 00 

Cambria county, 278 16 

Carbon county, 72 00 

Centre county, 66 36 

Chester county 198 00 

Clarion county, 19 74 

Clearfield county, 178 08 

Clinton county, 75 36 

Columbia county, 61 20 

Crawford county, 168 00 

Cumberland county I'^S 80 

Dauphin county, 112 80 • 

Delaware county ^'^^ 40 

Elk countj^ 62 40 

Erie county, ^29 16 

Fayette county ^Itlt 

Forest county, r « 

Franklin county, ^- In 

Fulton county 1'^ ^^ 

Greene county, 22 

Huntingdon county 61 86 

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No. 2. REPORT OF FINANCES. 621 

Ejcpc'Dditures tit the Cotnmoawcaltli. Detailed ■Statement— Continued. 

Jefferson county, 41 10 

Juniata county, 19 08 

Lackawanna county, 765 30 

Lancaster county, 214 44 

Lawrence county, 30 00 

Lebanon county, 80 10 

Luzerne county, 330 00 

Lycoming county% 108 72 

McKean county, 60 OG 

Mercer county, 102 00 

Mifflin county, 18 00 

Monroe county, 42 60 

Montgomery county, 204 00 

Montour county, 6 00 

Northampton county, 270 00 

Xorthumberland county 150 00 

Perry county, 21 90 

Philadelphia county, 644 49 

Pike county, ! 31 62 

Potter county, 30 00 

Schuylkill county, 526 20 

Snyder county, 10 50 

Somerset county, 1 12 80 

Susquehanna county, 43 20 

Tioga county, 45 00 

Union county, 27 00 

Venango county, 56 16 

Warren county, ' ^ 35 88 

Washington county, 148 02 

Wayne county, 114 90 

Westmoreland countA% 209 40 

Wyoming county, 43 08 

York county, /, 370 26 



,Total, ?9,105 93 



COSTS IN SUITS AGAINS DELINQUENT DEALERS FOR MER- 

CANTILE AND OTHER LICENSES. 

Allegheny county, ?1,676 45 

Armstrong county, 5 44 

Beaver county, 78 32 

Berks county, 26 98 

Chester county, 41 6 33 

Cambria countj' 260 94 

Clarion county 7 45 

Clearfield county, 64 08 

Dauphin county 1 ,156 66 

Delaware county, 98 61 

Franklin county 4 46 

Lehigh county, 147 04 digitized by GoOgk 



522 AUDITOR GENERAL OF PENNSYLVANIA. Off. Doc. 

Expenditures af tbc Commonwealth. Detailed Statement— Ck>ntinQed. 

Lawrence county, 7 36 

Luzerne county, 272 50 

Montgomery county, 449 86 

Mercer county, 95 88 

McKean county, 16 08 

Northampton county, 100 50 

Philadelphia county, 1,042 10 

Pottei' county, 10 98 

Warren county, 3 54 

Washington county, 312 40 

Total, >6,253 96 

TREASURY DEPARTMENT. 

Robert K. Young, State Treasurer, sal- 
ary from Dec. 1, 1915, to Nov. 30, 1916, $8,333 33 

Thomas A. Critchton, cashier, salary 

from Dec. 1, 1915, to Nov. 30, 1916, . . 5,208 32 

Joseph B. LeCompte, assistant cashier, 
salary from Dec. 1, 1915, to Nov. 30, 

1916, 3,750 00 

Clerk hire, etc., from Dec. 1, 1915. to 

Nov. 30, 1916, 57,712 84 

Contingent and incidental expenses, . . 2,500 00 

Purchase of patent indices, law books, 

etc 8240 

Traveling expenses of S^tate Treasurer 

and employes, 20 73 

Cost of procuring bonds for employes of 

Treasury Department 720 00 

Total, $78,32762 

RECAPITULATION . 

Salarv State Treasurer, $8,333 33 

Salary Cashier ?>.208 32 

Salarv assistant cashier, 3,750 00 

Clerk' hire, '"^7,712 84 

Contingent and incidental expenses, . . . 2,500 00 

Law books and patent indices 82 40 

Traveling expenses 20 73 

Bonds for employes, 720 00 

Total 178,327^ 

ATTORNEY GENERAL'S DEPARTMENT. 

Francis Plmnk Brown. Attorney Oen- 
oral. salarv from Doc. 1, 1915 to Nov. 

30, 1916, '. *12,500 OOp , 

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No. 2. REPORT OF FINANCES. 523 

Expenditures at tbo Commonwealth. Detailed Statement— Continued. 

Salaries of Deputies Attorney General's, 
from Dec. 1, 1915 to Nov. 30, 1916, . . 28,124 75 

Clerk hire, etc., (Attorney General's 
General's Department), 18,337 40 

Contingent expenses, (Attorney Gen- 
eral's Department), 10,625 15 

Services and expenses of attorneys em- 
ployed by the Attorney General 15,051 93 

Total, 184,639 23 

RECAPITUIATION . 

Salary, Attorney General, $12,500 00 

Salaries, Deputy Attorneys' General, . . 28,124 75 

aerk hire, 18,337 40 

Contingent expenses, 10,625 15 

Services and expenses of Attorneys em- 
ployed by Attorney General, 15,051 93 

f84,639 23 

ADJUTANT GENERAL'S DEPARTMENT. 

Thos. J. Stewart, Adjutant General, sal- 
ary from Dec. 1, 1915 to Nov. 30, 1916, $7,500 00 

Clerk hire in Adjutant Generals ofiSce 
and employes of State arsenal from 
Dec. 1, 1915 to Nov. 30, 1916, 43,706 34 

Contingent expenses, (Adjutant Gen- 
eral's Department) , 3,900 00 

Purchase and preparation of camp 

grounds, 3,383 62 

Purchase of militai-y stores, 20,852 87 

Total, $79,342 83 

RECAPITULATION. 

Salary, Adjutant General, $7,500 00 

Clerk hire, 43,706 34 

Contingent expenses, 3,000 00 

Purchase and preparation camp grounds, 3,383 62 

Purchase military stores, 20,852 87 

Total, $79,342 83 

NATIONAL GUARD OF PENNSYLVANIA. 
DIVISION HEADQUARTERS. 
Officers' Annual AUowance. 
Major, J. A. G. Dept., Charles 

P. Gearhart, $40 00 

Lt. J. G., Div. A. S. N. M., 
fl. C. Mcllvaine, Jr., .... 30 00 Digitized by GoOglc 



524 AUDITOR GENERAL OF PENNSYLVANIA. Off. Doc. 

Expenditures cf the Common wealth. Detailed Statement— Oonlinued. 

Lt Col. and A. D. C, Gov. 

Staff, L. Benton Long, 31 07 

Major and Inspector, James 

E. McNary, 40 00 

Major General, Charles M. 

Clement, 250 00 

Lt. Col. and. A. D. C, Oscar | 

T. Taylor, 35 42 | 

Lt. Col. and Dep. Com. Gen., 

J. Warren Hutchins, 40 00 | 

Major General, C. M. Clement, - 100 00 , 

Lt. Col., A. D. C, Louis el. ! 

Kolb, 40 00 I 

Lt. GoL, A. D. C, Gov. Staff, ' 

Henry A. Shoemaker, 40 00 I 

Major Ord. Dept., Henry P. 

Bope, 40 00 ' 

Lt. Col. and A. D. C, Walter , 

T. Bradley, 17 00 ' 

Col. and I. G., Prank G. I 

Sweeney, 40 00 

Col., Sub. Dept., Horace L. I 

Haldeman 40 00 

Col., Chief of Ord., Howard S. 

Williams, 40 00 , 

Major, Com'y. Dept., Huiz- ' 

inger C. Byers, 40 00 

Major, Ord. Dept., Carlton C. 

Jones, 40 00 

Major, Ord. Dept., Charles D. 

Rhoads, 40 00 

Col. and Adj. Gen'l., Fred 

Taylor Pusey 31 29 

Lt. Col., Q. M. Dept., Frank 

M. Vandling 40 00 

Major and Q. M., Charles J. 

Hendler, 40 00 

Major and Sub. Dept., Frank 

L. Mueller 40 00 

Major, Ord. Dept., E. Claude 

Goddard 40 00 

Capt. and Q. M., Richard W. 

Watson, 40 00 

Lt. Col. and Dopt., Q. M. Gen., 

L. V. Rausch 40 00 

Major, Com'y Dept., Clarence 

E. Foresm*an 40 00 

Capt. Com'y Dept., John M. 

McCourt,* 40 00 

Capt. Q. M. Dept., George F. 

Buss, 40 00 

Lt Col. Gov, Staff, C, A. Rook, 40 00 n J 

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No. 2. REPORT OF FINANCES. fi2o 

Expenditures c£ the Commonwealth. Detailed f^tatcment— Continued. 

Col. Gov. Staff, Frank K. 
Patterson, 40 00 

Major Q. M. Dept., John T. 
Duffey, . . . . ; 40 00 

Major Q. M. Dept., W. C. 

Sterling 40 00 

Lt. Col. Ord. Dept., Samnel 
W. Jefferies 15 22 

Major Ord. Dept., Blaine 
Aiken, 40.00 

Major Gen., Chas. M. Clem- 
ent, 40 00 

Major A. G. Dept., Churrh- 

hill B. Mehard 40 00 

Major I. G. Dept., W. Preston 
Tyler 40 00 

Major T. G. Dept., M. H. Ta^- 
gart 80 86 

Cant. Q. M. Dept., Eugene E. 

Grimm 40 00 

Major M. C, Allan W. Urm- 

son, 40 00 

Major M. C, Chas. S. Turn- 
ball, 40 00 

Lt. Col. A. G. Dept., David 

J. Davis 38 00 

Major Com'y Dept., Marshal 

Henderson, 40 00 

Major M. C, James* F. Ed- 
wards 88 90 

Major M. C, James F. Ed- 
wards, 40 00 

Major A. G. Dept., S. W. 

Rhoads 40 00 

Major and Ins., Albert G. 

Rutherford, 40 00 

Major and J. A., Charles C. 

Norris 40 00 

Brig. Gen'l and A. Gen'l., 

Thos. J. Stewart 12 30 

Major and Ins., Chas. C. Mc- 

Lain, . . , 83 80 

Lt. Col. Q. M. Corps, I^wis 

A. Anshutz 88 46 

Major Gen., Charles M. Clem- 
ent, 08 84 2,285 35 

Grand total, 12^283 35 

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520 AUDITOR GEIJERAL OF PENNSYLVANIA. Off. Doc. 

Exiteuditares at the Commonwealth. Detailed Statement— <}on tinned. 
ENGINEER BATTALION. 

Company A : 
Rifle practice commutation, 

Capt Ray W. Fuller, . . f 100 00 

Company B : 
Armory rent, Capt. James 

S. Bradford, 200 00 

Rifle practice commutation, 72 13 

Officers' Annual Allowance. 

1st Lt. Co. B, Francis H. Gil- 
pin, |40 00 

Capt. Co. B, James S. Brad- 
ford, 150 00 

1st Lt Co. A, Hari-y A. Colle, 40 00 

2nd Lt. Co. B, Charles Elcock, 40 00 

Capt. Co. A, Ray W. Fuller, 150 00 

Capt. Co. A, Rav W. Fuller, 40 00 

Capt. Co. B, J.'^ U. M. An- 
drews, 40 00 

Capt. Co. B, James S. Brad- 
ford, 40 00 

Capt. Co. B, James S. Brad- 
ford, 250 00 

Capt. Co. A, Ray W. Fuller, 250 00 1,040 00 

Grand tota\ ?l»^i2 13 

SIGNAL CORPS. 
Company A : 

Armory rent, Capt. F. G. 

Miller $200 00 

Rifle practice commutation, 

Capt. Field Co. A, Thos. 

P. Rose, 59 02 

Capt Wire Co., Tlios. P. 

Rose, 32 79 

Officers' Annual Allowance. 

Capt Radio Co., James M. 

Brown ?250 00 

Major, F. G. Miller 75 00 

Capt Radio Co., James M. 

Brown . 250 00 

Capt Wire Co., Thomas P. 

Rose, 703 19 

1st Lt. Co. A, Howard J. 

Crow, 40 00 1,318 19 

Total, |1'61«W 

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No. 2. RBPOKT OF FINANCES. 527 

EtpcndlturcH wi tUc Commonwealth. Dotailed 'Sta tement— Ctontlaned. 

FIE5LD ARTILLERY. 

Battery A: 

Armory rent, Capt. Thos. 
O. Cole, 200 00 

Battery O: 
Bifle practice commutation, 
Capt Samuel A. Whit- 
aker, 62 22 

Battery D, Band : 

Chief Musician Vincent D. 

Nirella, 383 03 

OflScers* Annual AUowance. 

2nd Lt. Battery A, Herbert 

M. Paul, f 40 00 

Capt. Battery A, William T. 

Kees, 750 00 

Capt. Battery E, Robert G. 

Snyder, 375 00 

Capt. Battery F, Samuel R. 

McKomish, 375 00 

Capt Battery A, Thomas O. 

Cole, 40 00 

1st Lt Battery A, E. Grant 

Tice, 40 00 

1st Lt Battery A, Carter L. 

• Wright, 40 00 

Capt Battery D, William B. 

Reilly, 375 00 

1st Lt Battery D, John D. 

Andrews, 40 00 

2nd Lt. Battery D, Clyde R. 

Shelley, 40 00 

Capt Battery E, Robert G. 

Snyder, 31 39 

Major M. C, E. D. S. MuUi- 

son, 40 00 

Capt. Battery D, William B. 

Reilly, 40 00 

2nd Lt. Battery C, John G. 

Tailor, \ 40 00 

Capt. Batterv P, S. R. Mc- 

Kamish 32 50 

Capt. Battery D, William B. 

Reilly 302 41 

Capt. Battery C, Samuel A. 

Whitaker 406 71 

Cairt. Battery B, William T. 

Rees 605 07 . . 

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528 AUDITOR GENERAL OF PENNSYLVANIA. Off. Doc. 

Elxpendltures ef the Coinnionwealth. Dctuilfd Statement— 0)iitlaaed. 

Oapt. Battery A, Herbert M. 

Paul, 720 79 

Lt. CoL, Albert V. Crookston, 40 00 

Igt Lt. M. C, John L. Miller, 40 00 

CoL, Wm. S. McKee, 40 00 

2nd Lt. Battery B, Charles C. 

Williams, 40 00 

Capt. Battery C, Samuel A. 

Whitaker, 40 00 

1st Lt. Battery B, Clinton T. 

Bundy, 40 00 

Capt Battery E, Robert G. 

Snyder, 375 00 

Capt. Battery F, Samuel R. 

McKarni^, 375 00 

1st Lt. B. Q. M. and Com'sy, 

E. A. Ohotnicky, 40 00 

Capt. Battery B, Wm. T. 

Rees, 40 00 

1st Lt, Battery B, John S. 

Pumicker, 40 00 

2nd Lt. Battery D, John H. 

Ball, 40 00 

2nd Lt. Battery B, Samuel D. 

Hollis, 40 00 

Capt. and Adj., Josiah L. 

Reese, 32 91 

1st Lt, Charles B. Reed,. ... 31 00 

2nd Lt. Batterv E, Hariy F. 

Plank, 40 00 

2nd Lt. Batterv E, William 

J. Miller, 40 00 

Capt. Batterv C, Samuel A. 

Whitaker, ' 750 00 

Capt Battery D, William B. 

Reilly, . . 1 750 00 7,167 78 

Grand total f7,813 03 

FIRST CAVALRY. 

Officers* Annual Allowance. 

2nd Lt, S. Q. M. and Cy, H. 

Laird Curtin $40 00 

Capt and I. S. A. P., Thomas 

W. Andrews, 40 00 

2nd Lt and S. Q. M. and 

Com\v. Jesse Williamsion,. . 40 00 

Capt and Q. M., Harry M. 

Coffin, 40 00 

Capt. and Chaplain, Robert 

O'Boyle, 40 00 



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No. 2. BEPOET OF FINANCES. 529 

Expendhnrea cf the Commonwealth. Detailed Statement— Oontlnued. 

Major, J. V. Cunningham, . . 40 00 

Capt. and Adj., J. G. White- 
sides, 40 00 

Col. John P. Wood, 40 00 

Ist Lt and Squadron Adj., 

W. H. Dithrich, 40 00 360 00 

Grand total, 360 00 

FIRST SQUADRON— CAVALRY 
First Troop. 

Armory rent, Oapt J. 

Franlkin MeFadden, ... 200 00 
Rifle practice commutation, 96 72 

Second Troop, Philadelphia City Cavalry. 

Armory rent, Capt. J. Wil- 
liam Good, 200 00 

Rifle practice commutation, 100 00 

Troop A: 

Armory rent, Capt. Arthur 

C. Colahan, : 200 00 

Rifle practice commutation, 86 88 

Troop G: 

Armory, Capt. Thomas B. 

Myers, 200 00 

Rifle practice commutation, 54 10 

Officers' Annual Allowance. 

Comet 1st Troop P. C. C, 

John C. Stevens, f40 00 

1st Lt. 1st Troop P. C. C. 

George C. Thayer, 26 05 

2nd Lt. Troop G, William 

West, 40 00 

2nd Lt. 1st Troop P. C. C, 

William I. Forbes, 35 82 

Oapt. 1st Troop P. C. C, J. 

Franklin MeFadden, 40 00 

Capt. 1st Troop P. C. C, J. 

Franklin MeFadden, 609 34 

Capt 2nd Troop P. C. C, J. 

William Good, 727 60 

Capt. Troop H, Chas. C. Mc- 

Govern, 711 32 

Capt. Troop F, Archv M. Gra- 
ham, .' 096 76 

Capt. Troop T, Charles F. 

Clement, 175 40 

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530 . AUDITOE GENERAL OF PENNSYLVANIA. Off. Doc. 

Bxpendlturefi of the Commonwealth. Detailed Statement— Cootlnaed. 

Capt Troop K, Albert R. 

Poorman, 745 63 

Capt. Troop L, H. Laird Cur- 
tin, . : 723 89 

Capt. Troop M, Samuel R. 

Wolfe, 301 64 

1st Lt Troop G, John A. Katz, 40 00 

Major, Wallace W. Fetzer, . . 40 00 

2nd Lt, Q. M. and Com'y, Ed- 
gar C. Hummel, 13 &4 

2nd Lt. 1st Troop P. C. C, 
Wm. I. Forbes, 4 18 

Major, Charles W. Edmunds, 40 00 

Col., John P. Wood, 250 00 

1st Lt. 2nd Troop P. C. C, 
Prank I. DeHaven, 38 27 

1st Lt. and Squad Adj., Ed- 
ward Hitzeroth, 40 00 

Capt. Troop K, Albert P. 

Poorman, 40 00 5,469 84 

Grand total, f6,967 54 

SECOND SQUADRON CAVALRY. 

Sheridan Troop: 
Rifle practice commutation, 
Capt. James F. Moore, . . |78 69 

Governor's Troop: 
Armory rent, Capt. George 

C. Jack, 1200 00 

Rifle practice commutation, 90 16 

Troop F: 

Armory rent, Capt. Archy 

M. Graham, 200 00 

Rifle practice commutation, 21 31 

Troop H: 
Rifle practice commutation, 

Capt. Chas. C. McGovern, 100 00 

Officers Annual Allowance. 

1st Lt Sheridan Troop, Her- 
bert L. Hutchison, 40 00 

2nd Lt. Governor's Troop, 
George W. H. Roberts, ... 40 00 

Capt. Governoi^'s Troop, Geo. 

C. Jack, 40 00 

Capt. Sheridan Troop, James 

F. Moore, 733 36 

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No. 2. KBPOET OF FINANCES. 531 

Bxpendltnres cf the Commonwealth. Detailed statement— Con tinuod. 

Capt. Governor's Troop, Geo. 

C. Jack, 633 77 

2nd Lt. H Troop, John H. 

Shinkel, 40' 00 

Ist Lt Governor's Troop, Ed- 
win A. Nicodemus, 40 00 

Capt. Sheridan Troop, James 
P. Moore, 38 52 

1st Lt Sheridan Troop, Ed- 
gar McBanney, 40 00 

1st Lt. H. Troop, James J. 
Firestone, 40 00 1,685 65 

Grand total, f 2,375 81 

THIRD SQUADRON CAVALRY. 
Troop I: 

Rifle practice commutation, 

Capt Ohas. F. Clement, flOO 00 

Troop K: 
Armory rent, Capt Albert 

R. Poorman, 200 00 

Rifle practice commutation, 47 54 

Troop L: 
Rifle practice commutation, 

Capt H. Laird Curtin, . . 75 41 

Troop M: 
Assessment for expenses, 

Capt Chas. F. Clement, 

Troop T, 34 40 

Capt. Samuel B. Wolfe, 

Troop M, 8 20 

Officers* Annual Allowance. 

1st Lt, WiiHiam R. Bechtel, 40 00 

Capt. Troop I, Charles F. 

Clement, 40 00 

Capt Troop I, Charles F. 

Clement, 200 00 

Ist Lt Troop I, David W. 

Zimmerman, 40 00 

Ist Lt. M. C, Scott M. Hul,. . 40 00 

Ist Lt Troop K, Charles E. 

Donahues 40 00 

Capt Troop I, Charles F. 

Clement, 100 00 

2nd Lt Troop I, John W. 

Fiaher, 40 00 

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532 AUDITOR GENERAL OF PENNSYLVANIA. Off. Doc. 

Exjjcndltures at the Commonwealth. Detailed Statement— Continued. 

2nd Lt. Troop M, A. F.aul 

Kline, 40 00 

Capt. Troop M, Samuel B. 

Wolfe, 375 00 

Ist Lt, Squadron Adj., Rob- 
ert Y. Gearhart, 40 00 

Capt. Troop H, Oharles O. 

McGovern, 40 00 

Capt. Troop A, Arthur C. 

Oolahan, 730 86 

Capt. Troop G, Thomas B. 

Myers, 749 29 

Capt Troop G, Thomas B. 

Myers, 40 00 

Capt Troop A, Arthur C. 

Colahan, 40 00 

Capt. Troop M, Samuel B. 

Wolfe, 38 81 

2nd Lt. Troop K, Edward T. 

Miller, 40 00 

1st Lt. Troop L, Edward R. 

Taylor, 40 00 2,713 96 

Grand total, |3,179 51 

FIRST BRIGADE. 

Officers* Annual Expenses. 

Brig. Gen'l William G. 

Price, $125 22 

Capt. and Q. M., Samuel T). 

Foster, 40 00 

Major and Adj. Gen'l, Benja- 
min H. WTiittaker, 40 00 

Major M. C, George S. 

Crampton, 40 00 

Major, Joseph K. Nicholls, . . 40 00 

Brig. Gen'l, William G. 

Price, 375 00 

660 22 

First Infantry. 
Company A: 

Armory rent, Capt. Walter 

M. Gearty, $200 00 

Rifle practice commutation, 100 00 

Company B: 

Armory rent, Capt. Harry 
G. Andrews, \ 200 00 ^ . . PooaT^^ 

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No. 2. REPORT OF FINANCES. 633 

, Expenditures af the (\jiiinionwealth. Detailed Statement— Continued. 

Company C: 
Armory rent, Capt. John F. 

Bacon, 200 00 

Rifle practice commutation, 
Capt. John M. Centner,. . 100 00 

Company D : 

Armory rent, Capt. Charles 

J). Eberly, 200 00 • 

Rifle practice commutation, 

Capt. Jackson W. Study, 88 52 

Company E: 

Armory rent, Oapt. George 

M. Orf, 200 00 

Rifle practice commutation, 100 00 

Company F: 
Armory rent, Capt. Charles 

A. Blumhard, * 200 00 

Rifle practice commutation, 67 21 

Company G: 

Armory rent, Capt. Ar- 
thur L. Fritzsinger, 200 00 

Rifle practice commutation, 77 05 

Company S: 

Armory rent, Capt. Wil- 
liam C. Levering, 2W. 00 

Riflje practice commutation, 52 46 

Company I: 

Armory rent, Capt. Robert 

B. Atwood, 200 00 

Rifle practice commutation, 70 49 

Company K: 

Armory rent, Capt. Wil- 
liam L. Rountree, 200 00 

Rifle practice commutation, 65 57 

Company L: 

Armory rent, Capt. Charles 

H. Ward 200 00 

Rifle practice commutation, 100 00 

Company M : 

Armory rent, Capt. George 

Wanger 200 00 

Rifle practice commutation, 00 16 

Band: 

Chief Musician, Wm. E. Digitized by LjOOgle 

Chapin 200 00 



534 AUDITOR GENBRATv OF PENNSYLVANIA. Off, Doc. 

Expenditures cf the Commonwealth. Detailed -Statement— Continued. 

Officers* Annual Allowance. 

Capt and Com'sy 1st Infant- 
ry, David B. Simpson, . . . f40 00 
Capt. and Chaplain 1st In- 
fantry, Joseph L. Roddy, 40 00 
First Lt. Co. M, J. M. Shin- 

ked, 30 00 

First Lt. Co. D., George 

Brehm, 30 00 

Capt. Co. E, George M. Orf, 100 00 
Second Lt. Co. I, John F. 

Davis, 30 00 

Col. William F. Eidell, .... 80 00 

Major Thomas F. Meehan, . . 40 00 

First Lt. Co. L, J. B. Consart, 30 00 

Capt. Co. E, George M. Orf, 30 00 

Capt. Co. G, Albert W. Ho- 

guet, 30 00 

First Lt. Bat. Adj., Jackson 

W. Study, 40 00 

Second Lt. Co. H, John H. 

Litschert, 30 00 

First Lt. Co. K, Oliver M. 

Hartzell, 30 00 

First Lt. Co. A, Rupert B. 

Pyle, 30 00 

Second Lt. Co. C, John M. 

Gentner, 30 00 

First Lt. Co. F, James M. 

Boyd, 30 00 

Major George B. Zane, Jr., 40 00 

Capt. and Q. M., Edwin E. 

Hollenback, 40 00 

Capt. Co. A, Walter M. 

Gearty, 30 00 

First Lt. Co. H, George W. 

Johnston, 30 00 

First Lt. Co. E, William A. 

Ruppel, 30 00 

Second Lt. Co. E, Norman P. 

Groff, 30 00 

Second Lt. Co. L, F. W. Pen- 

nypacker, 30 00 

Capt. Co. A, Walter M. Gear- 
ty, 213 71 

Capt. Co. E, George M. Orf, 87 62 

Capt. Co. F, Charles A. 

Blumhard, 168 59 

Capt. Co. G, Arthur L. Fritz- 

inger 109 72 

Capt. Co. I, Robert B. At- 

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No. 2. REPORT OF FINANCES. 535 

Exrjenditur?s .f tjic Commonwealtb. Detailed Statement— Continued. 

Capt. Co. K, William L. 

Rountree, 144 02 

Capt. Co. L, Charles H. Ward, 202 18 

Capt Co. M, George Wanger, 222 11 
Capt. Co. D, Jackson W. 

Study, 238 17 

Officers* Annual Allowance. 

Lt Col., Charles A. Hunt,.. 40 00 

Capt. and Adj., Clarence J. 

Kensil, 40 00 

Capt, John M. Centner, .... 153 66 
1st Lt, M. C, W. W. Van 

Dolsen, ' 40 00 

1st Lt and Bat. Adj., Herbert 

P. Hunt, 40 00 

Capt. Co. F, Charles A. 

Blumhard, 30 00 

Capt Co. L, Charles H. Ward, 30 00 

1st Lt Co. I, F. Raymond 

Campenzano, 30 00 

2nd Lt Co. A, Wellington B. 

Searls, 30 00 

1st Lt Co. D, H. B. William- 

sony 30 00 

2nd Lt Co. G, Horace J. In- 

man, 30 00 

Capt Co. M, George Wanger, 30 00 

1st Lt, M. C, Leonard D. 

Frescolm, 40 00 

Capt. Co. I, Robert B. At- 

wood, 30 00 

2nd Lt, B. Q. M. and C, 

Harry R. Sage, 40 00 

1st Lt Co. B, Clarence T. 

Gilmore, 30 00 

2nd Lt Co. M, Roland C. 

Heisler, 30 00 

Ist Lt and Bat. Adj., Frank 

B. Buggy, 40 00 

Capt Co. M, George Wanger, 250 00 
Capt Co. L, Chas H. Ward, 250 00 
Capt Co. K, Wm. L. Roun- 
tree, 250 00 

Capt Co. I, Robert B. At- 

wood, 250 00 

Capt Co. G, Arthur S. Fritz- 

inger, 250 00 

Capt Co. E, George M. Orf,. 250 00 
Capt. Co. D, Jackson W. 

Study, 250 00 ^ , 

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d96 AUDITOR GENERAT. OP PENNSYLVANIA. Off. Doc 

Expenilltnres cf the Commonwcaltb. Detailed Statement— Condoned. 

Capt Co. C, John M. Gent- 

ner, 250 00 

Capt Co. A, Walter M. 

Geart}^ 250 00 

Capt. Co. G, Arthur S. Fritz- 

inger, 30 00 

Col., Charles C. Allen, 250 00 

Band Leader, Win. E. Chapin, 200 00 

Col., Charles C. Allen 125 00 

Col., Charles C. Allen 32 00 

Capt. Co. H, William C. 

Williams, 137 25 (5,130 73 

Grand total, ?;10,302 41 

Second Infantry. 
Company A : 

Rifle practice commutation, 

Capt. James N. Johnston, ^()5 57 

Company B : 
Rifle practice commutation, 
Capt. Edward J. Hol- 
land, 55 74 

Company C: 
Rifle practice commutation, 

Capt. William A. March, U 26 

Company D : 
Rifle practice commutation, 

Capt. Frank P. Ruddat, 39 34 

Company E : 
Rifle practice commutation, 

Capt. Thomas W. Ruth,. 36 07 

Company F : 
Rifle practice commutation, 
Capt. George A. Morrison, 50 82 

Company G : 
Rifle practice commutation, 
Capt. William M. Row- 
land, 44 26 

Company H: 
Rifle practice commutation, 
Capt. Andrew R. Lock- 
hart, 73 77 

Company I : 
Rifle practice commutation, 

Capt. Stanley W. Root, 100 00 Digitized by GoOglc 



No. 2. REPORT OF FINANCES. 537 

Expenditures of the Commonwealth. Detailed Statemen t— Continned. 

Company K : 
Eifie practice commutation, 

Capt J. Gobin Cranage, 59 02 

Company L: 
Rifle practice commutation, 
Capt. Frank C. McCown, 
Jr., 83 61 

Company M : 
Rifle practice commutation, 

Capt. Harold Hellyer, . . 62 29 

Band: 

Chief Musician, A. Frank 

Bergey, 390 00 

Officers* Annual Allowance. 

Capt. Co. L, Frank C. Mc- 
Cown, 130 00 

1st Lt Co. M, Charles H. 

Pike, 34 73 

Capt. Co. H, Andrew R. 

Lockhart, 100 00 

Capt. Co. F, George A. Mor- 
rison, 30 00 

1st Lt. Co. A, William A. 

Davis, 30 00 

Capt. Co. I, Stanley W. Root, 150 00 

•Capt. and Adj., K. K. V. 

Casey, 40 00 

Capt. Co. B, Edward J. Hol- 
land, 30 00 

1st Lt. Co. K, James W. 

Duffy, Jr., 30 00 

Major M. C, Thomas G. Al- 
len, 40 00 

1st Lt. M. C, Frank B. Black, 40 00 

1st Lt. Co. M, Harry L. 

Gormley, 30 00 

Capt. Co. H, Andrew R. 

Lockhart, 30 00 

2nd Lt., B. Q. M. and Comy, 

John H. Leisse, 40 00 

1st Lt. Co. E, Joseph K. For- 

nance, 30 00 

Capt. Co. A, James N. Johns- 
ton, 30 00 

1st Lt Co. F, A. J. Maile, . . 30 00 

1st Lt. Co. G, Harry H. Ennis, 30 00 

Capt. Co. G, William M. Row- 
land, 30 00 PonaTc 

Col., Hamilton D. Turner, .. 40 00 Digitized by ^^OO^K 



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Expenditure? of the Commonwealth. Detailed Statement— Continued. 

1st Lt. and Bat. Adj., Robert 
F. Gordon, * 40 00 

1st Lt. and Bat. Adj., Ko- 
manus Fellman, 40 00 

1st Lt Co. D, Charles C. 
Hicks, 30 00 

Capt Co. B, Edward J. Hol- 
land, 250 00 

Capt. Co. C, William A. 
March, 235 22 

Capt. Co. D, Frank P. Rud- 

dat^ 250 00 

Capt. Co. E, Thomas W. Ruth, 250 00 

Capt. Co. F, George A. Mor- 
rison, 214 12 

Capt. Co. G, William M. Row- 
land, 189 75 

Capt. Co. H, Andrew R. 
Lockhart, 129 01 

Capt. Co. M, Harold Hellyer, 199 16 

Capt. Co. A, J. Gobin Cran- 
age, 233 57 

Capt. Co. M, Harold Hellyer, 30 00 

Capt. and Q. M., Jacob H. 
Geiasel, 31 69 

Major, John Handy Hall, . . 40 00 

Capt. Co. D, Prank P. Rud- 
dat, 30 00 

Col., Hamilton D. Turner, . . 195 47 

1st Lt. M. C, Frank B. 
Baird, 40 00 

1st Lt. and Bat. Adj., James 
Moorehead, 40 00 

2nd Lt., B. Q. M. and Com., 
George E. Roth, 40 00 

Capt. Co. A, J. Gobin, Cran- 
age, * 30 00 

1st Lt. Co. B, M. n. Smith, Jr. 30 00 

2nd Lt. Co. D, Wm. E. Bor- 
ger, 30 00 

Capt. Co. E, Thos. W. Ruth,. 30 00 

2nd Lt. Co. G, Robert Ad- 
ams, Jr., 30 00 

1st Lt. Co. I, Clement Ting- 
ley, 30 00 

Capt. and Chap., William B. 

ChaJford, 40 00 

1st Lt. Co. C, Frederick J. 
Widman 30 00 

Capt. Co. C, William A. 
March, 30 00 3,632 72 

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Grand total, ^,737 47 



No. 2. REPORT OF FINANCES. 639 

Expenditures of the Oommonwealth. Detailed Statpmont— rontIiine<1. 
^ ^ Third Infantry. 

Company A : 
Armory rent, Capt. Frank 

A. Wamer, f 200 00 

Rifle practice commutation, 95 08 

Company B : 
Armory rent, Capt. Robert 

Morris, 200 00 

Rifle practice commutation, 52 46 

Company C: 

Armory rent, Capt. How- 
ard T. Bluett, 200 00 

Rifle practice commutation, 
Capt. Frank W. Ham- 
mes, 34 43 

Company D : 
Armory rent, Capt. Ralph 

8. Croskey, 200 00 

Rifle practice commutation, 49 18 

Company E : 
Armory rent, Capt. Walter 

A. Hargesheimer, 200 00 

Rifle practice commutation, 57 38 

Company G : 
Armory rent, Capt. Albert 

W. Hoguet, 200 00 

Rifle practice commutation, 47 54 

Company H: 
Armory rent, Capt. Charles 

R. Stott, 200 00 

Rifle practice commutation, 72 13 

Company I : 
Armory rent, Capt. Frank 

H. Henry, 200 00 

Rifle practice commutation, 50 82 

Company K : 
Armory rent, Capt. Thomas 

J. Kemaghan, 200 00 

Rifle practice commutation, 85 25 

Company L: 
Armory rent, Capt. John E. 

Jeffords, Jr., 200 00 

Rifle practice commutation, 55 74 



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Exiteaditures bi the Commonwealtb. Detailed Statement— CoDtinned. 

Company M : 
Armory rent, Capt. William 

H. Fantom, 200 00 

Rifle practice commutation, 02 29 

Band: 
Chief Musician, Edwin 
Brinton, 115 98 

Officers* Annual AUowanee. 

Capt. Co. D, Kalph S. Cros- 

key, ?100 00 

Capt. Co. G, Albert W. Ho- 

guet, 100 00 

Capt. Co. I, Frank H. Henry, 30 00 

Capt. Co. B, Robert Morris,. 50 00 

Capt. Co. C, Howard T. 

Bluett, 100 00 

2nd Lt, B. Q. M. and Com., 

Valentine E. Dubs, 40 00 

2nd Lt. Co. I, Charles F. 

Pierce, 30 00 

Capt. Co. C, Howard T. 

Bluett, 77 60 

Ist Lt. Co. F, Robert S. Hop- 
kins, 30 00 

Capt Co. K, Thomas J. Ker- 

naghan, 30 00 

2nd Lt. Co. L,, Wilbur B. 

Small, 30 00 

1st Lt. Co. G, Herman 

Thomas, 30 00 

2nd Lt. Co. G, Charles C. 

Schrandt, 30 00 

Capt. Co. L, Clarence K. 

Hammitt, 30 00 

1st Lt. Co. H, John M. Rose, 30 00 

Ist Lt. Co. K, Charles H. 

Nitsch, 30 00 

Capt. and I. S. A. P., Caleb 

J. Milne, 40 00 

1st Lt. Co. A, George F. 

Kemp, 30 00 

1st Lt Co. D, John F. Alli- 
son, 30 00 

Capt. Co. H, Charles R. Stoll, 30 00 

Lt. Co., George E. Kemp, . . 40 00 

Major, John W. Foos, 40 00 

Major M. C, Henry H. Doan, 40 00 

Capt. Co. A, Frank A. 

Warner, 210 35 

Capt. Co. B, Robert Morris,. 159 53 Digitized by CjOOglC 



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Expenditures cf the Commonwealth. Detailed Statement— Con'iuinHi. 



Capt. Co. D, Ralph S. Cros- 

key, 112 50 

Capt. Co. E, Walter A. Har- 

gesheimer, 7 i\\) 

Capt. Co. H, Carles R. Stoll, 221 07 
Capt. Co. I, Frank H. Henry, 2;U 20 
Capt Co. K, Thomas J. Ker- 

naghan, 79 05 

Capt. Co. L, John E. Jeffords, 208 14 
Capt. Co. M, William H. Fan- 
torn, 92 54 

Capt. and Adj., George M. 

Hulme 40 00 

Col., Charles T. Cresswell, . . 53 28 

Capt. Co. D, Ralph S. Cros- 

key, 30 00 

Col., Charles T. Creswell, . . 40 00 

Capt. and Q. M., Charles C. 

Meyers, 40 00 

1st Lt. and M. C, Charles G. 

Steinmetz, ;. 40 00 

Capt. Co. L, John E. Jef- 
fords, Jr., 30 00 

Col., Charles T. Creswell, . . 234 34 
Major, Robert M. Brookfield, 40 00 

Major, George Blair, ^ 36 38 

1st Lt. and Bat. Adj., J. A. 

Griffin, 40 00 

1st Lt. and Bat. Adj., J. Hor- 
ace Adams, 40 00 

1st Lt. Co. M, Wesley M. 

Long, 30 00 

Ist Lt Co. E, Frank L. 

Lynch, 30 00 

2nd Lt Co. F, Wm. S. How- 

ser, 30 00 

Ist Lt Co. I, Wm. H. 

Schenkel, 30 00 

2nd Lt. Co. M, James K. 

Fowler, 30 00 

Capt Co. A, Frank A. 

Warner, 30 00 

Capt Co. M, William H. 

Fantom, 30 00 

1st Lt. Co. L, Richard G. 

Park, 30 00 

2nd Lt, B. Q. M. and C, Er- 
nest F. Apeldom, 40 00 

1st Lt Co. C, Henry F. Whit- 
taker, 37 50 

Col., George E. Kemp, 250 00 

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542 AUDITOR GENERAL OF PENNSYLVANIA. Off. Doc. 

Expenditures ut the Gommonwealtli. Detailed <3tatcmeiit— Continued. 

Band Leader, Edwin Brin- 

ton, 200 00 

Capt. Co. B, Robert Morris,. 250 00 
Capt Co. C, Frank W. Ham- 

mes, 250 00 

Capt. Co. D, Ralph S. Cros- 

. key, 250 00 

Capt. Co. E, Walter A. Har- 

gesheimer, 250 00 

Capt. Co. G, Albert W. Ho- 

guet, 250 00 

Capt Co. H, Charles R. Stoll, 250 00 
Capt. Co. I, Frank H. Henry, 250 00 
Capt. Co. K, Thomas J. Ker- 

naghan, 250 00 

Capt. Co. L, John E. Jeffords, 250 00 
Capt. Co. M, Wm. H. Fan torn, 250 00 
1st Lt Co. B, Bernard F. Kil- 

lian, 27 87 

Capt. Co. B, George F. Kemp, 250 00 6,553 19 

Grand total, |9,531 47 

SECOND BRIGADE. 
Officers' Annual Allowance. 

Major and Judge Advocate, 

E. Lowry Humes, $40 00 

Major and Q. M., Jacob 
Clyde Miller, 40 00 

Brig. General, Albert J. Lo- 
gan, 40 00 

Major and Ins., Charles C. 
McLain, 301 93 

Brig. General, Albert J. IjO- 

gan, 147 22 

569 15 

Tenth Infantry. 
Company A: 

Rifle practice commutation, 
Capt. Edward W. Hart- 
land, 1100 00 

Company B : 
Rifle practice commutation, 
Capt William Fish, 100 00 

Company C : 
Armory rent, Capt. Bert 

F. Landis 200 00 

Rifle practice commutation, 100 00 



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No. 2. REPORT OF FINANCES. 543 

Expenditares of the Comoionwealth. Detailed Statement— Continued. 

Gompany D : 
Rifle practice commutation, 
Capt. Joseph C. Ber- 
wick, 100 00 

Company E: 
Rifle practice commutation, 

Capt. Walter E. Evans, 93 44 

Company* F : 
Armory rent, Capt. Charles 

C. McLain, 200 00 

Rifle practice commutation, 100 00 

Company Q : 
Armory rent, Capt. John 

R. Dunkel, . f 200 00 

Rifle practice commutation, 100 00 

Company H : 
Armory rent, Capt. John 

Aiken, 150 00 

Rifle practice commutation, 100 00 

Company I: 
Rifle practice commutation, 

Capt. Wade T. Kline, . . 100 00 

Company K : 
Rifle practice commutation, 
Capt Walter C. Mont- 
gomery, 100 00 

Company M : 
Armory rent, Capt. Thomas 
B. Anderson, 200 00 

Band Allowance : 

Chief Musician, Archie J. 
McColly, 123 00 

Officers' Annual Allowance. 

Major, Joseph H. Thompson, $40 00 

Capt Co. A, Edward W. Hart- 
land, 30 00 

1st Lt Co. B, Bert Guy, .... 30 00 

1st Lt Co. H, W. B. Dins- 
more, 30 00 

Ist Lt and Bat Adj., Wilbur 
R. Harris, 40 00 



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644 AUDITOR GENERAL OF PENNSYLVANIA. Off. Doc. 

Expend iture.H uf tbc Coiumonwoalth. Detailed Statement— Contlaufd. 

1st Lt and Bat Adj., John 
E. Boyle, 40 00 

2nd Lt. Co. G, Charles R. 

Rowan, 80 00 

Capt. Co. D, Joseph C. Ber- 
wick, 30 00 

Capt. and I. S. A. P., George 
W. Hutchinson, 40 00 

Capt. Co. K, Walter C. Mont- 
gomery, 250 00 ' 

2nd Lt. Co. A, Walter J. Scott, 30 00 

1st Lt. Co. D, Robert S. Mor- 
ton, 1 30 00 

Capt Co. H, John Aiken, ... 100 00 

Capt. Co. C, Bert T. Laudis, 30 00 

Ist Lt. Co. F, Wallace B. 
Agey, 30 00 

1st Lt. Co. G, Albert O. King, 30 00 

Capt. and Com'y, John D. 
Hitchman, . . .". 40 00 

Capt. M. C, Fred B. Shaffer, 40 00 

Capt. Co. L, John W. Wood- 
end, 30 00 

1st Lt. Co. A, James E. Gee,. 16 87 

2nd Lt. Co. D, John L. Rob- 
inson, 30 00 

1st Lt. Co. I, Robert B. Her- 
bert, 30 00 

1st Lt. Co. M, Harry R. Hum- 
mer, ^ 30 00 

1st Lt. M. C, C. Francis Linn, 40 00 

Capt. Co. E, Walter E. Evans, 30 00 

Capt. Co. I, Wade T. Kline,. . 30 00 

2nd Lt. Co. M, Marshall S. 
Barron, 30 00 

1st Lt. and Bat. Adj., Edward 
L. Yohe, ; 40 00 

2nd Lt. Co. K, Glenn A. Ross, 30 00 

Capt. Co. A, Edward W. Hart- 
land 182 00 

Capt. Co. B, William Fish, . . 21 44 

Capt. Co. C, Bert F. Landis, 190 71 

Capt. Co. I), Joseph C. Her- 
wick, 60 21 

Capt. Co. E, Walter E. Evans, 212 29 / 

Capt. Co. F, Charles L. Mc- 

Lain 101 40 

Capt. Co. G, John R. Dunkel, 108 40 

Capt. Co. I, Wade T. Kline,. . 179 94 

Capt. Co. K, Walter C. Mont- 
gomery 225 77 



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No. 2. REPORT OF FINANCES. 545 

1 

Expenditures a£ tlie Commonwealth. Detailed Statement— Coutiuned. 

Capt. Co. L, John W. Wood- 
end, 235 59 

Capt. Co. M, Thomas JB, An- 
derson, 488 20 

Major, Henry W. Coulter, . . 40 00 

1st Lt Co. E, James E. Zim- 
dell, 30 00 

Capt. Co. B, William Fish, . . 30 00 

Major, Edward Martin, 40 00 

Capt. Co. F, Charles L. Mc- 

Lain, 30 00 

Capt. Co. K, Walter C. Mont- 
gomery 30 00 

1st Lt. Co. K, David M. Gar- 
rison, 30 00 

Capt. Co. G, John R. Dunkel, 30 00 

Col., Richard Coulter, 208 29 

Col., Kichard Coulter, 34 17 

Capt. and Q. M., Gerard S. 
Brjer, 40 00 

2nd "^Lt. Co. B, James W. 
Maekall, 30 00 

1st Lt. M. C, Harry C. Scott, 40 00 

2nd Lt, B. Q. M. and C, Da- 
vid W. Craft, 40 00 

Capt. and Adj., A. W. ToweU, 40 00 

Capt. Co. M, Thomas B. An- 
derson, ; 30 00 

Capt. Co. M, Thomas B. An- 
derson, 30 00 

Col., Richard Coulter, 250 00 

Band Leader, Archie J. Mc- 
Colly s. 200 00 

Capt. Co. A, Edward W. Hart- 
land, 250 00 

Capt. Co. B, William Fish,.. 250 00 

Capt. Co. C, W. Curtis 

Truxal, 250 00 

Capt. Co. D, Robert S. Martin, 250 00 

Capt. Co. P], James E. Zun- 

dell 250 00 

Capt, Co. F. Chas. L. McLain, ;250 00 

Capt. Co. G, John R. Dunkel, 250 00 

Capt. Co. H, John Aiken, ... 250 00 

Capt. Co. I, Wade T. Kline,. . 250 00 

Capt. Co. K, Walter C. Mont- 

gomerv 250 00 

Capt. Co. L, John W. Wood- 
end 250 00 

Capt. Co. M, Thomas B. An- 
derson, 250 00 

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546 AUDITOR GENERAL OF PENNSYLVANIA. , Ofif. Doc. 

Bxpendltures of the Gommoawealtb. Detailed Statement— GontinDed. 

1st Lt Co. C, C. J. Harrison, 
Jr., 30 00 

Capt. M. G. C, John D. Hitch- 
man, 40 00 

Ist Lt, Bert Guy, 30 00 

Capt. Supernumarv, George 
A. Dunning, 30 00 7,571 28 

Grand total, 110,206 87 

Sixteenth Infantry. 
Company A : 

Rifle practice commutation, 
Capt. Rasselas W. Brown, flOO 00 

Company B: 
Rifle practice commutation, 
Capt Harry F. Miller, . . 100 00 

Company C: 
Rifle practice commutation, 
Capt F. P. Schoon- 
Tnacker, 100 00 

Company E : 
Armory rent, Capt. Reuben 

J. Sharp, 200 00 

Rifle practice commutation, 100 00 

Company G : 
Armoury rent, Capt Lucius 

M. Phelps, 200 00 

Rifle practice commutation, 100 00 

Company H: 
Armory rent, Capt, Charles 

F. Geary, 200 00 

Rifle practice commutation, 86 88 

Company I : 
Rifle practice commutation, 

Capt Chas. E. Bordwell, 63 93 

Company K : 
Armory rent, Capt Harry 

J. Walter, 200 00 

Rifle practice commutation, 100 00 

Company L: 

Armory rent, Capt. Oliver 

B. Holt, 200 00 

Rifle practice commutation, 
Capt. Banjamin R. Wil- 
son, 100 00 ronaT(> 

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No. 2. REPORT OF FINANCES. 547 

Expendlturee of the Commonwealth. Detailed Statement— Oontinued. 

Company M : 

Kifle practice commutation, 
Capt. James A. Kennedy, 95 08 

Band Allowance: 

Chief Musician, James L. 
Bobbins, 195 18 

Officers' Annual Allowance. 

Ist Lt. Co. M, Charles B. 

Hamilton, . . .- f 10 10 

Capt. and Chaplain, William 

S. Mitchell, 20 80 

Capt. Co. I, Charles E. Bord- 

well, 30 00 

Capt. and Chap., William S. 

Mitchell, 19 20 

Capt. Co. F, Edwin G. Wil- 
son, 250 00 

Capt. Co. B, Harry F. Miller, 100 00 
Major and Surgeon, William 

C. Hogan, 40 00 

2nd Lt. Co. M, Fred McCoy,. 30 00 

Capt. Co. H, Charles F. Geary, 250 00 
Ist Lt. and Bat Adj., Monroe 

A. Means, 40 00 

Capt Co. A, Russelas W. 

Brown, 30 00 

2nd Lt. and B. Q. M. and C, 

Lewis Newell, 40 00 

1st Lt Co. C, Philip L. Web- 
ster, 16 08 

2nd Lt. Co. E, Harry D: Mc- 

Cluskey, '. . . . 30 00 

Capt and Com'y, Edgar L. 

Bhone, 40 00 

1st Lt and Bat Adj., H. K. 

Gibson, 40 00 

Capt and Q. M., Archie M. 

Stivason 33 33 

1st Lt Co. A, J. H. Richards, 30 00 

Capt Co. K, Harrv' J. Walter, 29 01 

Major, C. Blaine Smathers,. 40 00 

Capt Co. A, Rasselas W. 

Brown, 75 96 

Capt Co. E, Reuben J, Sharp, 61 83 

Capt Co. G, Lucias M. Phelps, 102 65 
Capt. Co. H, Charles F. Gearv, 161 42 
Capt. Co. L, Benjamin R. 

Williams, '. " 220 85 

Capt Co. M, James A. Ken- 

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548 AUDITOR GENERAL OF PENNSYLVANIA. Oflf. Doc 

Expenditures of the Common wealth. Detallf^ Statement — Continued. 

1st Lt. Co. I, William 

Tribble, 30 00 j 

Capt. Co. M, James A. Ken- I 

nedy, 29 27 

1st Lt. Co. B, Evans McKay, 30 00 ! 

1st Lt. M. C, Kaj'mond A. 

Thompson 40 00 

Capt. Co. C, F. P. Schoon- 

maker, 30 00 

1st Lt. Co. E, Arthur Nelson, 30 00 

CoL, George C. Richards, . . 40 00 

Capt. and Adj., James C. 

Shaw, 40 00 

Col., George (\ Richards, . . 227 08 
1st Lt. and Avsst. Surg., 

Charles H. Furnee 40 00 

Lt. Col., R. Bruce Gamble, . . 40 00 

2nd Lt. Co. C, Joseph R. Car- 

rolth, 30 00 

Capt. Co. E, Reuben J. Sharp, 30 00 

Capt. Co. G, Lucius M. Phelps, 30 00 

2nd Lt. Co. I, Erick S. Mun- 

son 28 50 

2nd Lt. Co. B, Raymond A, 

Brown, 30 00 

Capt. Co. B, Harry F. Miller, 30 00 

1st Lt. Co. K, J. Frank 

Graff, Jr 30 00 

1st Lt. Co. G, Edward 

Schmelzer 30 00 

2nd Lt. and B. Q. M. and 

Corny, Lyle E. Van Vleck, 40 00 

1st Lt. and Bat. Adj., Frank 

L. Ruffing, 40 00 2,004 67 

Grand total, |5,045 74 

Eighteenth Infantry. 
Company A: 

Rifle practice commutation, 

Capt. Allen L. Garwood, $40 98 

Company B : 
Rifle practice commutation, 

Capt. Elmer K. Rupp, . . 73 77 

Company C : 
Rifle practice commutation, 

Capt. Charles E. Gibson, 75 41 

Company I): 

Rifle practice commutation, 

Capt. Peter S. Rovegno, 88 52 Digitized by GoOglc 



No. 2. REPORT OF FINANCES. 549 

Expenditures of the Commonwealth. Detailed Statement— Oonttiincd. 

Company E : 
Rifle practice commutation, 

Capt. William R. Dunlap, G7 21 

Company P : 
Rifle practice commutation, 

Capt. John M. Clarke, . . 88 52 

Company G : 

Rifle practice commutation, 

Capt. Carlton L. McCobb, 96 72 

Company H: 

Rifle practice commutation, 

Capt. George H. Zuver, . . 73 77 

Company I: 
Rifle practice commutation, 

Capt. George L. Ayers,. . 100 00 

Company K : 

Rifle practice commutation, 

Capt. Elmer P. Kuhn, . . 98 36 

Company L : ^^ • 

Rifle practice commutation, 

Capt. Sylvester Scovel,.. 73 77 

Company M : 
Rifle practice commutation, 
Capt. Samuel J. Taylor, 100 00 

Band Allowance : 

Chief Musician, Peter Dan- 
hart 65 18 

Officers' Annual Allowance. 

Capt. and Adj., John K. 
Clement, $40 00 

2nd Lt. Co. E, Walter V. 

Kirkwood, 30 00 

Major, Harrv A. Persell, 40 00 

Capt. Co. C,' Charles E. Gib- 
son, 30 00 

Capt. Co. H, George H. Zuver, 30 00 

1st Lt. and Bat. Adj., Wil- 
liam W. Gill, 40 00 

Capt. Co. I, George L. Avers, 30 00 

1st Lt. Co. I, Herbert F. 
Marker, 30 '00 

2nd Lt. Co. A, Andrew C. 

Reynolds, 30 00 

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550 ATTDITOR GENERAL OF PENNSYLVANIA. Off. Doc. 

Szpenditurea of the Goxnmonwealtb. Detailed Statement— Contlnaed. 

Major, Christopher M. An- 
derson, 71 67 

Capt and Com'y, Robert Pol- 
lock, 40 00 

1st Lt Co. A, Mabon S. Mac- 
Donald, 39 73 

Ist Lt. Co. L, Leopold W. 
Depuy, 30 00 

Lt. Col., Bertram L. Succap^ 40 00 

2nd Lt, B. Q. M. and Com'y, 
Ralph H. Fornoy, 40 00 

Capt. Co. B, Elmer K. Rupp, 30 00 

1st Lt. Co. M, Orville R. 

Thompson, 30 00 

Capt. Co. B, Elmer K. Rupp, 134 85 

Capt. Co. C, Charles E. Gib- 
son, 47 61 

Capt. Co. E, William A. Dun- 

lap, 192 24 

Capt. Co. F, John M. Clarke, 166 68 

Capt. Co. H, George H. Zuver, 155 34 

Capt. Co. I, George L. Ayera, 57 66 

Capt. Co. M, Samuel J. Tay- 
lor, 147 48 

Caot. and I. S. A. P., Edward 

B. Riddle, 39 08 

Capt. Co. M, Samuel J. Tay- 
lor, 30 00 

Capt. Co. G, Carleton L. Mc- 

Cobb, 30 00 

Col., Edward L. Kearns, 247 36 

Col., Edward L. Kearns, 60 00 

Col., Edward L. Kearns, 40 00 

Major M. C, Edward M. 

Hand, 40 00 

Capt M, C, F. A. Hartung, 40 00 

1st Lt, Bat Adj., James L. 

Costella, 31 95 

2nd Lt, B. Q. M. and Co., Al- 
bert W. Miller, 40 00 

Capt Co. E, Wm. R. Dunlap, 30 00 

1st Lt. and Bat. Adj., Walter 

H. Stifel, 40 00 

2nd Lt. Co. M, George F. Paf- 

f enberger 30 00 

Capt. and Chaplain, Appleton 

Bash 40 00 

Capt Co. F, John M. Clarke, 30 00 

1st Lt. Co. T, Guv W. Knight, 30 00 

1st Lt Co. C, Paul A. Revere, 30 00 2,351 60 

Grand total . |3,398 81 

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Expendltorea of the Com monwealth. Detailed 6tatement--Gontiiiaed. 

THIRD BRIGADE. 

Headquarters Expenses. 

Individual Pay, Brig. Qen'l 
Frederick W. Stillwell, . . $458 23 

Officers' Annual Allowance. 
Brig. Gen., Frederick W. 

Stillwell, 200 00 

Capt Sub. Dept., Jere M. 

Leaman, 40 00 

Brig. Qen'l, Frederick W. 

Stillwell, 40 00 

Brig. Qen'l, Frederick W. 

StillweU, 250 00 

Major, Robert M. Vail, 40 00 

570 00 

^ Ninth Infantry. 

Company A : 

Headquarters Expenses. 

Individual pay, Col. Asher 

Miner, |1,962 64 

Individual pay, Capt. 

Thomas H. Atherton, Jr., 631 12 

Armory rent, 200 00 

Eifle practice commutation, 90 16 

Company B: 

Individual pay, Capt. Alex- 
ander A. Mitchell, 795 60 

Armory rent, 200 00 

Rifle practice commutation, 73 77 

Company C : 

Individual pay, Capt. Sam- 
uel J. Fraher, 865 60 

Rifle practice commutation, 100 00 

Company D: 
Individual pay, Capt. John 

W. Coover, 763 60 

Armory rent, Capt. Alvah 

R. Melhuish, 200 00 

Rifle practice commutation, 75 41 

Company E: 

Individual pay, Capt. John 
L. Fehlinger, 857 84 

Armory rent, Capt. Ather- 
ton Bowen, 200 00 

Rifle practice commutation, 
Capt John L. Fehlinger, 77 05 

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552 AUDITOR GENERAL OF PENNSYLVANIA. Off. Doc 

Expenditures of the OMiiinonwealth. Detailed Statement— Continued. 

Company F: 

Individual pay, Capt. Gil- 
bert G. Jacobskey, 908 GO 

Armory rent. Capt. William 

W. Lazarus, 200 00 

Rifle practice commutation, GO GG 

Company G : 

Individual pav, Capt. Geo. 

N. Dietrich,*^ G95 58 

Armorv rent, Capt. J. Wal- 
ter Wilde, 200 00 

Rifle practice com mutation, 

Capt. Chas. R. Williams, 100 00 

Company H: 

Individual pay, Capt. Leo 

A. Tierney, 709 GO 

Rifle practice commutation, 100 00 

Company I : 
Individual pay, Capt. Ad- 

nah G. Kostenbander, . . 927 84 
Rifle practice commutation, 95 08 

Company K : 
Individual pay, Capt. Wil- 
liam H. Ziendt 881 GO 

AJ'mory rent, 200 00 

Rifle practice commutation, 77 05 

Company L: 
Individual pay, Capt. Rob- 

' ert F. Waters 837 GO 

Rifle practice commutation, 100 00 

Company M : 

Individual pay, Capt. Er- 
nest R. Winters, 858 85 

Rifle practice commutation, 88 52 

Band Allowance: 
Chief Musician, Thomp- 
son H. Rowley 181 16 

Officers' Annual Allowance. 

Capt. Co. G, J. Walter 

Wilde, f 100 00 

Capt. and Com'sy, Andrew 

C. Overpeck, . /. 40 00 

2nd Lt., B. Q. M. and Com., 

Conrad P. Smith 85 28 ^ . 

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No. 2. REPORT OF FINANCES. 553 

Expenditures of tlie Commonwealth. Detulled Statement— ContlnceU. 

1st Lt. Co. K, Gilbert G. Ja- 

cobskey, 30 00 

Major M. C, Walter Davis,. 40 00 

Capt. and Adj., Benjamin F. 

Evans, 40 00 

2nd Lt. Co. I, William W. 

Sprv 30 00 

1st Lt. M. C, Edward W. 

Birbv, 40 00 

2nd Lt Co. E, William H. 

Smith, 30 00 

2nd Lt. Co. M, Walter S. 

Garman, 30 00 

Major M. C, Lawrence M. 

Thompson 40 00 

Capt. and Chap., James M. 

Fan, 40 00 

2nd Lt. Co. A, Thomas H. 

Atherton 30 00 

Capt. Co. I, Adnah G. Kos- 

tenbander, 30 00 

2nd Lt. Co. L, Edward J. 

Womelsdorf , 30 00 

Ist Lt. Co. M, O. Raymond 

Snyder, '. 30 00 

1st Lt. and Bat. Adj., G. H. 

Rheinhart, 40 00 

1st Lt. and Bat. Adj., John 

T, Jeter 40 00 

2nd Lt. Co. B, George N. 

BHein, 30 00 

Ist Lt. Co. D, John W. 

Coover, 30 00 

Capt. Co. E, John L. Feh- 

linger, 30 00 

1st Lt. Co. C, William Sny- 
der, 30 00 

2nd Lt. Co. C, John H. Mayer, 30 00 

Capt. and I. S. A. P., Jacob 

A. Fleisher 40 00 

Capt. Co. L, Robert F. Wa- 
ters 30 00 

Major, George W. Coxe 40 00 

Capt. Co. A, Thomas H. 

Atherton 221 00 

Capt. Co. B, Alexander A. 

Mitchell 241 48 

Capt. Co. C. Samuel J. Fraher, 54 66 

Capt. Co. D, Alvah R. Mel- 

huish 184 43 

Capt. Co. E, John L. Feh- 

linger 200 32 Cc^c^n]f 

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554 AUDITOR GENERAL OF PENNSYLVANIA. Oflf. Doc. 

Expenditures at tbe Ck>mmonwealtb. Detailed Statement— Continued. 

Capt. Co. P, Gilbert G. Ja- 
cobskey, 168 18 

Capt. Co. G, Charles K. Wil- 
Uams, 123 45 

Capt Co. H, Leo A. Tierney, 3 85 

Capt Co. I, Adnah G. Kos- 
tenbander, 104 89 

Capt. Co. K, WilUam K. 
Zierdt, 147 79 

Capt Co. L, Robert F. Wa- 
ters, 229 66 

Capt Co. M, Ernest R. Win- 
ters, 155 05 

Major, Olin P. Harvey, 40 00 

Lt. Co., James A. Dewey, . . 40 00 

Capt and Commy's, Ather- 
ton Bowen, 31 67 

Capt Co. H, Leo A. Tierney, 30 00 

1st Lt Co. H, Patrick J. Gib- 
bons, 30 00 

2iid Lt Co. H, Martin P. 
Hash, 30 00 

Capt Co. K, Wm. H. Zierdt, 30 00 

1st Lt. Co. G, George N. 
Deitrick, 30 00 

2nd Lt, B. Q. M. and Com., 
Stephen Elliott, 40 00 

2nd Lt, B. Q. M. and Com., 

Wm. W. Lazarus, 31 67 

Col., Asher Miner, 250 00 

Chief Musician, Thompson H. 
Rowley, 200 00 

Capt Co. A, Thomas H. 
Atherton, 250 00 

Capt. Co. B, Alexander A. 
Mitchell, 250 00 

Capt Co. C, Samuel J. Praher, 250 00 

Capt. Co. D, John W. Coover, 250 00 

Capt Co. E, John L. Peh- 
linger, 250 00 

Capt. Co. P, Gilbert G. Ja- 
cobskey, 250 00 

Capt Co. G, Charles R. Wil- 
liams, 250 00 

Capt Co. H, Leo A. Tierney, 250 00 

Capt Co. I, Adnah G. Kos- 

tenbander, 250 00 

Capt Co. K, William H. 

Zierdt, 250 00 

Capt Co. L, Robert P. Wa- 
ters, 250 00 



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No. 2. BEPOET OF FINANCES. 566 

Expenditures of the Commonwealth. Detailed Statement— Con tinned. 

Capt. Co. M, Ernest R. Win- 
ters, f^.-O 00 

Capt Co. M, Ernest R. Win- 
ters, 30 00 

Capt Co. D, Alvah R. Mel- 
hnish, : 30 00 

Col., Asher Miner, 80 20 

1st Lt Co. L, Thomas J. 
Kniff, 30 00 6,743 58 

Grand total, f 22,081 24 

Thirteenth Infantry. 

Individual pay. Col Ezra H. 

Ripple, 11,707 28 

Col. Ezra H. Ripple, 474 00 

$2,181 28 

Company A : 

Individual pay, Capt. Ed- 
ward J. Wellner, 687 36 

Rifle practice commutation, 96 72 

Company B : 
Individual pay, Capt. Ches- 
ter D. Smith, 829 60 

Rifle practice commutation, 100 00 

Company C : 
Individual pay, Capt. Law- 
rence H. Waters, 863 60 

Rifle practice commutation, 100 00 

Company D ; 
Individual pay, Capt. 

Henry E. Doster, 829 88 

Rifle practice commutation, 

Capt. Ralph A. Gregory, 100 00 

Company E: 
Individual pay, Capt. Car- 
roll J. Kelley, 831 60 

Rifle practice commutation, 77 05 

Company P : 
Individual pay, Capt. Rob- 
ert A. Hull, 719 60 

Rifle practice commutation. 100 00 

Company G : 
Individual pay, Capt. Geo. 

A. Dunning, 715 60 

Armory rent, 200 00 n . hk Cnnoh 

Rifle practice commutation 88 52 "'^'^'^^'^^ ^OOgK 



556 AUDITOR GENERAL OF PENNSYLVANIA. Oil. Doc. 

Expenditures of the Commonwealth. Detailed Statement— Continued. 

Company H : 
Individual pay, Capt. 

Thomas Russell, Jr., ... 911 60 . 
Rifle practice commutation, 100 00 

Company I : 
Individual pay, Capt. 

Harry S. Barton, 943 60 

Armory rent, 200 00 

Rifle practice commutation, 100 00 

Company K: 
Individual pay, Capt. Jav 

E. Ross, ...^ \ 934 10 

Rifle practice commutation, 100 00 

Company L: 
Individual pay, Capt. Jas. 

F. Cooper, '. 774 88 

Rifle practice commutation, 100 00 

Company M : 

Individual pay, Capt. 

Frank X. Kearns 752 10 

Armory rent, 200 00 

Rifle practice commutation, 90 16 

Officers' Annual AUowanoe . 

1st Lt. Co. C, George F. 

Schwindt, ?30 00 

2nd Lt. Co. C, Wlliam P. 

Hayes, 30 00 

Capt. Co. F, Robert A. Hull, 30 00 

Capt. Co. M, Frank X. 

Kearns, 30 00 

2nd Lt. Co. M, Wm. B. 

Brown, 30 00 

1st Lt. Co. A, L. G. Van Nos- 

trand, 30 00 

2nd Lt. Co. A, Douglas J. 

Tony, 30 00 

Capt. and I. S. A. P., Frank 

D. Koons 40 00 

Capt. Co. K, Jav E. Ross, . . 30 00 

1st Lt. Co. E, Alfred E. 

Swoyer, 30 00 

2nd Lt. Co. E, N. Frank 

Frailey, 30 00 

2nd Lt. Co. H, elames B. 

Murrin 30 00 

Capt. Co. H, Thomas Russell, 

Jr., 30 00 ^ . 

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No. 2. REPORT OF FINANCES. 557 

Expenditures of the Commonwealth. Detailed Statement— Ck>ntlnned. 

Major M. 0., William E. 
Keller, 40 00 

1st Lt. Co. K, Wilbert P. 
Stahlheber, 30 00 

Ist Lt. M. C, Robert E. 

Thomas, 40 00 

Capt. Co. A, Edward J. 

Wellner, 30 00 

(^apt. Co. L, James F. Cooper, 30 00 

1st Lt Co. L, Edward G. 

Coursen, 30 00 

Ist Lt. Co. B, Ernest A. 

Swingle, 30 00 

2nd Lt. Co. B, Franklin R. 

Clover, 30 00 

Capt. and Q. M.; James E. 

Gearhart, 40 00 

Ist Lt. Co. M, Martin L. 
Wheeler, 30 00 

Lieut.-Col., William A. Raub, 40 00 

Capt. Co. B. Chester D. 

Smith, 30 00 

2nd Lt. Co. B, Roy E. Faulk- 
ner, 30 00 

Capt. Co. D, R. A. Gregory, . 30 00 

Capt. Co. E, Carroll J. Kel- 

ley, 30 00 

Capt. Co. A, Edward J. Well- 
ner, 188 55 

Capt. Co. B, Chester D. 

Smith, 122 56 

Capt. Co. C, Laurence H. 

Watres, 202 52 

Capt. Co. E, Carroll J. Kel- 

ley 65 21 

Capt. Co. F, Robert A. Hull, 26 42 

Capt. Co. G, George A. Dun- 
ning, 37 77 

Capt. Co. H, Thomas Russell, 

Jr., 68 90 

Capt. Co. T, Harrv H. Barton, 184 34 

Capt. Co. L, James F. Cooper, 199 33 

Col., Ezra H. Ripple 100 00 

Col., Ezra H. Ripple 40 00 

Major, Edmund H. F. Con- 
rad, 40 00 

Ist Lt. Co. F. Leland F. 

Marsh, 30 00 

2nd Lt. Co. I, Flovd A. Brad- 
street, 30 00 



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568 AUDITOR GENERAL OP PENNSYLVANIA. Off. Doc. 

Expenditures of tbe Gommonwealtb. Detailed Statement— Contiuned. 

Ist Lt. and Bat. Adj., Charles 
E. Conell, 40 00 

Capt. Co. I, Harry S. Barton, 30 00 

2nd Lt. Co. L, James A. Lin- 
nen, Jr., 30 00 

Chief Musician, Allan Law- 
rence, 96 63 

Capt. and Com'y, Harry S. 

Sisk, 40 00 

2nd Lt. Co. D, Walter L. 

Swarts, 22 00 

1st Lt. Co. I, Abraham H. 
Gennaria, 30 00 

Capt. Co. H, Thomas Rus- 
sell, Jr., 100 00 

Chief Musician, Allan Law- 
rence, 200 OO 

Col., Ezra H. Ripple, Jr. ... 250 00 

Capt. Co. A, Edward J. Win- 
ner, 250 00 

Capt. Co. B, Chester D. 
Smith, 250 00 . 

Capt. Co. C, Lawrence H. 
Waters, 250 00 

Capt. Co. E, Carroll J. Kelley, 250 00 

Capt. Co. F, Robert A. Hull, 250 00 

Capt. Co. G, George A. Dun- 
ning, 319 60 

Capt. Co. I, Harry R. Barton, 250 00 

Capt. Co. K, Jay E. Ross, . . 100 00 

Capt. Co. L, James F. Cooper, 250 00 

1st Lt. and Bat. Adj., Arthur 
P. Mathews, 40 00 

Capt. Co. D, Henry E. Dos- 
ter, 30 00 

1st Lt. and Bat. Adj., Stanley 
E. Dolph, 40 00 

Capt. Co. C, Laurence H. 
Watres, 30 00 

1st Lt. and Bat. Adj., A. H. 
Crane, 40 00 

Ist Lt. and Bat. Adj., A. P. 
Mathews, 40 00 

1st Lt. Co. G, Giles H. Bur- 
lingame, 30 00 5,483 83 

Grand Total, |19,211 08 

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No. 2. BEIPORT OF FINANCES. fi» 

Bxpenditarea of the Oommonwealtb. Detailed Statement-Oontinoed. 

FOURTH BRIGADE. 
Officers Annual Allowance. 

Major and Adj. Gen'l, Henry 

A. Reininger, ^0 00 

Major and J. A., Cleon W. 

Bemtheizel, 40 00 

Brig. Gten'l, C. T. O'Neill, . . 40 00 

Major and Ins. Gen'l, William 

P. Clarke, 40 00 

Brig. Gen'l, Christopher T. 

O'NeiU, 156 19 

Major and Surg., R. W. Mon- 

teleus, 12 15 

328 34 

^ Fourth Infuitry. 

Company A : 

Rifle practice commutation, 
Capt J. Lewis Lengel, . . f 100 00 

Company B : 

Armory rent, Capt. Or- 
lando C. Miller, 100 00 

Rifle practice commutation, 100 00 

Company C: 

Rifle practice commutation, 

Capt. Andrew H. Baxter, 77 05 

Company D ; 

Armory rent, Capt. John E. 

Dillinger, 100 00 

Rifle practice commutation, 80 33 

Company E: 

Armory rent, Capt. Lewis 

A. Loy, 200 00 

Rifle practice commutation, 100 00 

Company P: 

Rifle practice commutation, 
Capt. James Archbald, . . 21 31 

Company G : 

Rifle practice commutation, 
Capt. Harry W. Schwalm, 77 05 

Company H : 

Armory rent, Capt. Harry 

D. Case, 166 67 

Bifle prsLo^^oe commutation, 50 00 

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560 AUDITOR GENERAL OF PENNSYLVANIA. Off. Doc 

Expendltares of the Commonwealth. Detailed Rtatement>-Contlnned. 

Company I: 
Rifle practice commutation, 

Capt Charles G. Miller,. 100 00 

Company K : 
Armory rent, Capt. James 

U. Lightner, 200 00 

Rifle practice commutation, 90 16 

Company L: 
Rifle practice commutation, 

Capt. Frank M. Godley,. 50 82 

Company M : 
Armory rent, Capt. Thomas 

Cole, 200 00 

Rifle practice commutation, 

Capt. John J. Shonk, ... 72 13 

Band Allowance: 

Chief Musician, Aaron W. 
Eshleman, 200 00 

Officers Annual Allowance. 

2nd Lt. Co. L, James E. 

Blackburn, f30 00 

2nd Lt. Co. E, Raymond E. 
Casper, ' 30 00 

Capt. Co. K, James N. Light- 
ner 30 00 

Capt. Co. H, Harry D. Case 100 00 

Capt. Co. M, Franklin Cole,. 125 00 

Col., Edward C. Shannon, ... 200 00 

Capt. and Surgeon, Samuel 
H. Heller 40 00 

2nd Lt. Co. M, John J. Shonk, 30 00 

1st Lt. Co. E, Harrison F. 
Leaman 30 00 

2nd Lt. Co. A, Irvin E. Lea- 
man, 30 00 

2nd Lt. Co. H, Victor Gannan, 30 00 

2nd Lt., B. Q. M. and Com'y, 

Daniel S. Gressang 40 00 

1st Lt. Co. K, Benjamin F. 
Charles 30 00 

1st Lt. Co. D, Milton F. Xan- 
der 30 00 

Capt. Co. D, John E. Bil- 
linger 30 00 

1st Lt. Co. C, Harry W. 
Zeamer, 30 00 



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No. 2. REPORT OF FINANCES. fi61 

^ Bxpendltnres ef the Commonwealth. Detailed Statement— Contluued. 

Major M. C, E. H. Dicken- 
shied, 40 00 

Capt. Co. L, Frank M. Godley, 30 00 

Capt. Co. F, James Archibald, 200 00 

Capt. Co. E, Lewis A. Loy, . . 100 00 

1st Lt. and Bat. Adj., Theo- 
dore C. Fegley, 40 00 

Capt. Co. C, Andrew H. Bax- 
ter, 30 00 

Col., Edward C. Shannon, ... 40 00 

Major, Frank D. Beary, 40 00 

Capt. Co. A, J. Lewis Lengel, 131 94 

Capt. Co. B, Orlando C. Mil- 
ler, 213 94 

Capt. Co. C, Andrew H. Bax- 
ter, 183 G9 

Capt. Co. D, John E. Dil- 
linger, 229 34 

Capt. Co. E, Lewis A. Lov, . . 68 68 

Capt. Co. G, Harrj^' W. 
Sehwalm, \ 18 60 

Capt. Co. H, Harry D. Case, 125 80 

Capt. Co. I, Charles G. Miller, 179 72 

Capt. Co. K, James N. Light- 
ner 216 31 

Capt. Co. L, Frank M. Godley, 199 94 

Major, Quintin O. Reitzel, !. 40 00 

Capt. and ComV, William C. 

Rehm, 39 30 

Capt. and Adj., Emmett 

Gherst, 13 47 

2nd Lt. Co. I, Wm. A. Kauff- 

man, 30 00 

Capt. and Chap., Charles 

Rchall, 40 00 

1st Lt. and Bat. Adj., Guy P. 

Brown, ],,. 40 00 

1st Lt. Co. A, Edward V. 
Kestner, 30 00 

Capt. Co. B, Orlando C. 

Miller 30 00 

1st Lt. Co. B, Carroll H. Rud- 
ders 30 00 

Col., Edward C. Shannon, ... 34 26 

Major, Phaon E. Sheidy 40 00 

2nd Lt. Co. D, Robert A. Bar- 
ber, 30 00 

2nd Lt, B. Q. M. and Coms'y, 
James N. Snyder, ! . 40 00 

1st Lt. Co. T, Harry E. Woot- 
ten, 30 00 

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582 AUDITOR GENERAL OF PENNSYLVANIA. Off. Doc 

Expenditures of the Gommonwettlth. Detailed Statement— Contlnned. 

Lt, Col., MarshaU L. Case, . . 40 00 
Capt. Co. H, J. Lewis Lengel, 30 00 
2nd Lt. Co. B, Harry A. HaU, 30 00 
2nd Lt Co. G, G. W. Zimmer- 
man, 30 00 

2nd Lt Co. K, Harry I. Sie- 

ber, 30 00 

Capt and Chap., Harry 8. 

Dollman, 30 00 

2nd Lt., B. Q. M. and C, Glen 

G. Allison, 40 00 

Capt and I. S. A. P., W. A. 

Rucli, 39 42 

1st Lt, Co. H, Harry H. Bam- 

hart, 30 00 

1st Lt and Bat Adj., Edward 

I. Hagen, 40 00 

Capt. Co. G, Harry W. 

Schwalm, 30 00 

Capt Co. I, Charles G. Miller, 22 25 

Capt Co. E, Lewis A. Loy, . . 13 85 

1st Lt Co. L, C. A. P. Bart- 

lett, 30 00 

Capt. Co. H, Harry D. Case,. . 25 78 3,851 29 

Grand total, |6,265 15 

Sixth Infantry. 
Company A : 

Rifle practice commutation, 

Capt. Charles F. Gruber, |91 80 

Company B : 
Bifle practice commutation, 

Capt Edmund W. Lynch, 83 61 

Company C: 
Bifle practice commutation, 

Capt West E. Blain,. ... 100 00 

Company D : 
Rifle practice commutation, 
Capt Fredrick B. Nei- 
man, 57 38 

Company E : 
Rifle practice commutation, 
Capt Joseph W. Thomp- 
son, 85 25 

Company F : 

Rifle practice commutation, 
Capt. William T. Eari,. . 88 52 r^r^^rrl^ 

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No. 2. EBPOET OF FINANCES. 663 

Expenditures at tbe Ck)mmonwealtli. Detailed Statement-^Gontlnaed. 

Company G: 
Rifle practice commutation, 

Capt. Rolf H. Kielland,. . 90 16 

Company H: 
Rifle practice commutation, 

Capt. F. P. Haller, Jr.,. . 100 00 

Company I: 
Armory rent, Capt. John C. 

Qroff, 200 00 

Rifle practice commutation, 85 25 

Company K: 
Rifle practice commutation, 
Capt. Harry W. Ander- 
son, 90 16 

Company L: 
Rifle practice commutation, 
Capt. William H. Mc- 
Clune, 70 49 

Company M : 
Rifle practice commutation, 
Capt. Thomas J. Fitzsim- 
mons, 1 59 02 

Band Allowance : 
Chief Musician, Charles H. 

Price, 200 00 

Officers Annual Allowance. 

1st Lt M. C, William Nichols, |40 00 

2nd Lt, B. Q. M and C, Lle- 
wellyn E. Jones, 29 77 

Capt Co. D, Fredrick B. Nei- 

man, 100 00 

Capt Co. K, Harry W. An- 
derson, 250 00 

Capt Co. 0, West E. Blain,. . 30 00 

Capt Co. I, John C. Groff, . . 30 00 

Lt Col., J. Price Ewing, 40 00 

Ist Lt Co. E, Arthur L. Mer- 

get, 30 00 

Ist Lt Co. I, Wm. B. Windle, 30 00 

Col., Thomas Biddle Ellis, . . 40 00 

1st Lt Co. H, Harry A. 

Brutsche, 30 00 

Capt Co. M, T. J. Fitzsim- 

mons, 30 00 

Ist Lt M. C, Karl Schaffle,. . 36 07 

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5« ATJDITOR GENERAL OF PENNSYLVANIA. Off. Doc. 

ExDenUltures c£ tbe Cuumionwcaltb. Detailed Statement— Continued. 

1st Lt. Co. 1), Walter Et- 

tiDger, 30 00 

2nd Lt., B. Q. M. and Com'y, 

Edward V. Kilpatrick 40 00 

1st Lt Co. A, William K. Da- 
vis, 30 00 

1st Lt. Co. B, Samuel R. Lin- 

ville, 30 00 

2nd Lt. Co. M, L. Howard 

Fielding, 30 00 

Capt. Co. E, Joseph W. 

Thompson, 30 00 

1st Lt. Co L, Joseph B. Rouls- 

ton, 30 00 

2nd Lt. Co. K, Thomas Bailev, 30 00 

Major, William ». Baird, . . .\ 40 00 

Col., Thomas B. Ellis 150 00 

Capt. Co. A, Charles F. 

Gruber, 217 54 

Capt. Co. B, Edmund W. 

Lvnch 106 88 

Capt. Co. C, West E. Blain,. . 79 40 

Capt. Co. D, Fredrick B. Nei- 

man, 205 30 

Capt. Co. E, Joseph W. 

Thompson, 242 39 

Capt. Co. F, William T. Earl, 132 14 
Capt. Co. G, Ralph R Keil- 

land 38 80 

Capt. Co. H, Franklin P. Hal- 

ler, Jr 218 88 

Capt. Co. I, John C. Graff, . . 189 70 
Capt. Co. K, Harry W\ An- 
derson, 224 15 

Capt. Co. L, William H. Mc- 

Clune, 182 37 

Capt. Co. M, Thomas J. Fitz- 

simmons 135 80 

1st Lt. Co. F, John M. Booth, 30 00 

Major and Surg., Herbert A. 

Arnold 40 00 

Capt. and Chap., Henry A. 

Hoyt 38 94 

2nd Lt., B. Q. M. and Com'y, 

Harn- S. Myers 39 17 

1st Lt.'Co. O. Abram Barner, 30 00 
1st Lt. Co. K, Robert D. Kel- 
ler 30 00 

Capt. Co. A, Charles F. 

Gruber 30 00 

Col., Thomas Biddle Ellis, . . r>0 80 

Col., Thomas Biddle Ellis, . . 81 48 nr^r^n]o 

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Expenditures af the Commonwealth. Detailed Statement— Contin ued. 

Capt. Co. H, Franklin P. Hal- 

ler, Jr., 80 00 

Capt Co. L, Wm. H. McClune, 30 00 

Capt. and Adj., Ralph W. 

Knowles, 37 50 

1st Lt. and Bat Adj., Edmund 

O. Mahan, 40 00 

1st Lt. M. C, Clifford H. 

Arnhold, 40 00 

Capt. Co. F, Wm. T. Earl, . . 6 45 

1st Lt. Co. M, Lelan McHal- 

ler, 30 00 

2nd Lt. Co. H, W. B. McClen- 

aclian, 30 00 

Capt. and Q. M., Paul H. Schu- 
bert 40 00 

Major, Abel M. MacReynolds, 40 00 

Capt. Co. K, H. W. Anderson, 30 00 

Capt. Co. B, Edmund W. 

Lynch, 30 00 

Capt. Co. I), Fredrick B. Nei- 

man 30 00 

2nd Lt. Co. L, Carroll Missi- 

mer, 30 00 

2nd Lt. Co. E, William J. 

Schaal, 30 00 

Capt Co. D, Joseph M. O'Don- 

nell 40 00 

Capt Mach. Gun Co., Paul 8. 

Wynne, 40 00 

1st Lt., John H. Wood 30 00 

2nd Lt, B. Q. M. and Com'y, 

Llewellvn E. Jones 40 00 

2nd Lt. Co. I, Wm. T. T. Hall, 30 00 4,193 59 

Grand total |5,595 23 

Eighth Infantry- 

Company A: 

Rifle practice commutation, 
Capt Wm. H. Banblitz, |73 77 

Company C: 

Armory rent Capt. Harlan 

8. Ambrose, 200 00 

Rifle practice commutation, 96 72 

Company D: 
Armory rent, Capt. Jerry J. 

Hartman, .\ . . 200 00 

Rifle practice commutation, 98 36 r^ i 

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Expenditores uf tbe Gommonwealth. Detailed StatemeBt—Oontlnaed. 

Company E: ' ! 
Armory rent, Capt Abra- 
ham Hinch, 200 00 | 

Rifle practice commuoation, 100 00 

Company F: 

Armory rent, Capt Paul V. 

Heffner, 200 00 

Rifle practice commutation, 
Capt. Charles H. Hat- 
field, 100 00 

Company G: 

Armory rent, Capt. John M. 

Rudy, 200 00 

Rifle practice commutation, 73 77 

Company H: 
Rifle Practice commutation, 
Capt. James E. Burr, . . 82 25 

Company I: 
Armory rent, Capt. Frank 

E. Zeigler, 200 00 

Rifle practice commutation, 90 16 

Company K: 
Rifle practice commutation, 
Capt. thomas R. Jones, 100 00 

Company L: 
Amory rent, Capt. Donald 

C. Reiley, 200 00 

Rifle practice commutation, 100 00 

Company M: 
Armory rent, Capt. William 

A. Kessinger, 200 00 

Rifle practice commutation, 78 69 

Band allowance: 

Chief Musician, John T. 
Sheafer, 200 00 

Officers Annual AUowance. 
2nd Lt. Co. B, William H. 

Hinkle, |30 00 

2nd Lt. Co. E, Edgar E. 

Dilcher, 26 75 

2nd Lt. Co. L, George E. Heit, 30 00 

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No. 2. REPORT OF FINANCES. 567 

Expenditures al tbe Ck}ininonwealtl]. Detailed Statement— Oontinued. 

Major, Lester H. Huber, 32 57 

1st Lt. Co. H, Howell H. 
Martin, 30 00 

Capt. and Adj., Hari^ H. 

Baker, 40 00 

1st Lt. and Bat Adj., Balph 
O. Crow, 40 00 

Ist Lt. Co. C, D. Pred Reitzel, 30 00 

2nd Lt Co. M, Harry R Ro- 
senheim, 30 00 

2nd Lt. Co. C, Roy R. Krich- 
baum, 30 00 

1st Lt. and Bat. Adj., Robert 

W. Irving, 40 00 

Capt., Co. B, Harry H. Kries, 30 00 

Capt. Co. I, Prank E. Zeigler, 30 00 

2nd Lt. Co. F, Harry E. Robb, 30 00 

Capt Co. L, Donald C. Reily, 150 00 

Capt and I. S. A. P., Owen 
M Copelin, 40 00 

1st Lt Co. L, William A. 
Leonard, 30 00 

2nd Lt Co. G, Bippey T. 

Shearer, 30 00 

Col. Joseph B. Hutchison, . . 200 00 

2nd Lt. Josiah P. Wilbar, . , 30 00 

2nd Lt and B. Q. M. and Com. 
Aubrey H. Baldwin, 40 00 

Capt Co. P, Charles H. Hat- 
field, 30 00 

Capt Co. O, John M. Budy, 30 00 

Lient CoL, Maurice E. Pin- 
ney, 40 00 

Capt and Q. M., Edward H. 
Schell, 40 00 

Major M. C, J. Markwood 
Peters, 40 00 

Ist Lt. and Bat. Adj., Jesse 
Webb, 39 64 

Ist Lt Co. E, James Paitner 30 00 

Col Joseph B. Hutchison, . , 30 00 

Capt. Co. D, John T. Bretz, . 30 00 

Capt. Co. A, William H. Ban- 
blitz 108 98 

Capt Co. C, Harlan R. Am- 
brose, 247 96 

Capt Co. E, Abraham Hench, 239 67 

Capt Co. P, Charles H. Hat- 
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Expenditures ^t the Commonwealth. Detailed Statement— Ck>ntinoed. 

Capt. Oo. G, John M. Rudy, 200 91 

Capt. Co. H, James E. Burr, 184 75 

Capt. Co. T, Frank E. Ziegler, 164 88 

Capt. Co. K, Thomas R. Jones, 219 44 

Capt. Co. L, Donald C. Reiley, 37 57 
Capt. Co. M, William A. Kes- 

'singer, 122 16 

Major, George B. Corbin, . . 40 00 

Capt. Co. K, Thomas R. Jones, 30 00 

Lt. Col. Comdg., M. E. Finney, 44 50 

Capt. Co. H, James E. Burr, 30 00 
Capt. and Com., E. M. B. 

Shepp, 40 00 

1st Lt. Co. B, Robert J. 

Graeff, 30 00 

Lt. Col. Comdg., M. E. Finney, 33 89 

Major, Elisha M. Vale 37 04 

Capt. M. E., William H. 

Clewell, 19 40 

2nd Lt. Co. I, R. D. Jenkins, 20 30 

Capt. Co. E, Abraham Hinch, 30 00 
Capt. and Chap., Harry N.; 

Bassler, 40 00 

Capt. Co. M, Wm. A. Kes- 

singer, 30 00 

2nd Lt. Co. E, Edgar E. 

Dilcher, 30 00 

1st Lt. Co. G, H. R. McLaugh- 

lin 30 00 

2nd Lt. and B. Q. M. and 

Com., John S. Carroll 40 00 

2nd Lt. Co. H, Irvin E. Mar- 
tin, 30 00 3,532 02 

Grant Total »6,328 74 

Fourteenth Infantry. 
Company B: 

Rifle practice commutation, 

Capt. Wm, J. Sterrett, ?59 02 

Company D: 
Armory rent, Capt. Josiah 
L. Reese 116 67 

Company E: 
Armory rent, Capt. Robert 
W. Cooper, 116 67 

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Expenditures uf tbc Common wj»a 1th. Dotallwl Statement— Continued. 

Company F: 
Armory rent, Capt. Samuel 
K. McKamish, 116 67 

Company H: 
Armory rent, Capt. Gustav 

A. Ulrich, 116 67 

Company K: 
Armory rent, Capt. Thos. J. 
Wieley, acting, 330 00 

Officers' Annual Allowance. 

2nd Lt. Co. A, Gregor Betz, |30 00 
2nd Lt. Co, B, Robert E. Kil- 

patrick 28 75 

2nd Lt. Co. F, George C. Hull, 30 00 

Capt. and T. S. A. P., Edwin 

L. Brown, 18 01 

Capt. and Q. M., George B. 

Shields, 40 00 

Capt and Chaplain, Charles 

M. Miller, 25 00 

Major, Theodore R. McLain, 40 00 

Capt. and Adj., James B. Mc- 

Calley, 40 00 

Capt. and I. S. A. P., Edwin 

L. Brown, 40 00 

1st Lt;. Co. F, William K % 

Weaver, 30 00 

1st Lt. Co. C, Harry Howe, . 30 00 

2nd Lt. Co. T, Daniel T. R. 

Dickson, 30 00 

2nd Lt. B. Q. M. Com., Thomas 

B. Easton, 40 00 

Ist Lt. Co. A, Joseph M. 

Brown; 25 83 

1st Lt. Co. I, Ralph C. Rob- 
inson, 30 00 

2nd Lt. Co. C, Glenn C. Bald- 
win, 30 00 

Ist Lt. Co. H, Clarence R. 

Strothers, 30 00 

Capt. C. E, Robt. W. Cooper, 30 00 

Capt. Co. H, Gustav A. Ulrich, 30 00 

Ist Lt. and Bat. Ad j.^ William 

D. Fawcett 40 00 637 59 

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Expenditures of the Commonwealth. Detailed Statement— Ooo tinned. 

STATE NAVAL MILITIA. 

First Battalion. 
Division A : 

Armory rent, Lt J. G., H. C. 

Mcllvane, |200 00 

Division B : 
Armory rent, Lt. J. G., John 

A. Bunn, 200 00 

Division C : 
Armory rent, Lt. Annin G. 
Kessler, 200 00 

Division D : 
Armory rent, Lt. J. G., Neil 
R. Wilber, 200 00 

/ Officers' Annual AUowance. 

Lt. J. G. Division A, H. C. 
Mcllvaine, Jr., |500 00 

Lt. J. G. Division B, John A. 
Bnnn, 500 00 

Lt. J. G. Division B, John A. 
Bunn, 30 00 

Lt. J. G. Division C, Annin G. 
Kessler, 500 00 

Lt. J. G., Division D, Neil R. 

Wilber, 500 00 

Lt. J. G. Division A, Henry 
C. Mcllvaine, Jr., f 500 00 

Lt. J. G. Division B, John A. 
Bunn, 500 00 

Ensign Division A, John P. 
Smart, 30 00 

Ensign Division D, Landis E. 
Isaacs, 19 61 

Lieut. Comd'r, W. L. Morri- 
son, 30 00 

Lt. J. G., Division D, Neil R. 
Wilber, 456 21 

Lt. Division C, Annin G. Kess- 
ler, 451 20 

Lt. J. G. Division B, John A. 
Bunn, 500 00 

Lt. J. G. Division A, Henry 
C. Mcllvaine, 500 00 

Ensign Division C, Peter 

Schaaf, Jr., 30 00 

Lt. Division C, Annin G. Kess- 
ler, 30 00 

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Expenditures at the Commonwealth. Detailed Statement— Oontlnned. 

Ensign and Asst. Burg.^ Geo. 

B. Kalb, :. 9 00 

Lt J. G., Division D, Neil R. 

Wilber, 30 00 

Ensign Division D^ Edgar S. 

Chellis, 30 00 5,176 02 

Grand total, ?5,976 02 

Separate Battalion. 

Headquarters Expenses : 
Individual pay, Major Wil- 
liam H. Strand, |230 24 

Company C : 
Individual pay, Capt. Al- 
fred J. Hester, 991 60 

Armory rent, 200 00 

Rifle practice commutation^ 100 00 

Company D : 
Individual pay, Capt Geo. 

B. Konkle, 929 10 

Rifle practice commutation, 100 00 

Company F: 
Individual pay, Capt. Frank 

M. Herrington, 767 84 

Armory rent, 200 00 

Rifle practice commutation, 100 00 

Company K : 
Individual pay, Capt. Clyde 

M. Smitii, 999 60 

Rifle practice commutation, 65 57 

Officers' Annual AUowance. 

Capt Co. F, Frank M. Her- 
rington, |28 14 

2nd Lt Co. K, Silas H. 

Schock, 30 00 

Capt Co. K, William L. Blain, 27 21 

1st Lt Co. C, Franklin D. 

Wolfe, 30 00 

Capt. Co. K, Clyde M. Smith, 30 00 

Capt Co. C, Alfred J. Hester, 171 20 

Capt Co. D, Geo. B. Konkle, ~ 105 34 

Capt Co. F, Frank M. Her- 
rington, 190 81 

Capt Co. K, Clyde M. Smith, 192 54 

Capt Co. C, Alfred J. Hester, 30 00 



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2nd Lt. Co. C, Oliver Dewire, 17 75 

Capt Co. I), Oeo. B. Koiikle, 28 50 

1st Lt Co. F, Bruce A. Mc- 

Cracken, 30 00 

Capt. Co. C, Alfred J. Hester, 250 00 
Capt. Co. I), Geo. B. Konkle, 250 00 
Capt. Co. F, Frank M. Her- 

rington, 250 00 

Capt. Co. K, Clyde M. Smith, 250 00 

Major, William H. Straub, . . 40 00 1,951 49 

Grand total, ' 16,635 44 

Field Hospital No. 1. 
Officers' ADDual Allowance. 

1st Lt. Albert A. Wagner, f 40 00 

1st Lt. and Asst. Surg., Charles W. 

Shirey, 40 00 

Armory rent. Major James F. Edwards, 200 00 

Grand total, |280 00 

Field Hospital No. 2. 

1st Lt. Charles P. Brady, ?40 00 

1st Lt. M. C, Charles N. Sturtevant, . . 40 00 

Capt. Eugene Swayne, 40 00 

1st Lt. M. C, William L. C. Speath, . . 40 00 

Major M. C, Elmer E. Reiser, 230 80 

Major M. C, Elmer E. Keiser, 40 00 

Capt. William J. Sterrett, Amb. No. 1,. 32 50 

Major, Elmer E. Keiser, 250 00 

Capt. George E. McGivis, Amb. No. 2,. . 250 00 

1st Lt. M. C, Charles L. Shafer 77 84 

Major, Elmer E. Keiser 200 00 

Grand total, |1,241 14 

Transportation. 

Erie Railroad Co., $40 36 

Pennsylvania R. R. Co 7,309 52 ' 

Philadelphia & Reading Railway Co.,.. 1,100 56 

Cumberland Valley R. R. Co., .' 2 60 

Pennsylvania Company, 106 68 

Wilkes-Barre & Hazleton Railway Co., 49 88 

Pittsburgh & Lake Erie R. R. Co.\ .... 24 30 

Buffalo, Rochester & Pittsburgh Ry. Co., 13 12 

Bessemer & Lake Erie R. R. Co.,' 159 53 

Baltimore & Ohio R. R. Co., 28 50 

Delaware, Lackawanna & Western R. 

R. Co., 127 69 

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Kx£)enditure<i -£ tiic Cummonwealth. Detailed Statement— Continncd. 

Lehigh Valley R. R.' Co 78 20 

The New York Central Railroad Co.,.. 21 79 

Cornwall & Lebanon R. R. Co., 277 19 

Central Railroad Co. of N. J., 159 77 

Delaware & Hudson Co., 25 65 

Grand total, |9,525 34 

Expenses. 

Capt. and Q. M. 1st Cavalry, H. M. 
Coffin, f 34 10 

State Rifle Team in National Matches, 
Harrisburg Nat. Bank, 847 45 

Re-Comm'y Dept., Jere M. Leaman, . . 42 09 

CoL and G. I. S. A. P., F. K. Patterson, 19 28 

State Rifle Matches, coal, Colebrook 
Lumber Co., 7 91 

Convention Copies of N. G. A. of U. S., 
Col. Edward T. Miller, 30 00 

Pamphlets Governor's Ex. F. A., Fred 
Prater, Treas., 30 00 

X. G. Assn. of the U. S., Joseph A. 
Storch, Treas., 550 00 

Arm racks, Co. M, 4th Inf., Com. Of- 
ficer Rock Island Arsenal, 69 60 

Spare parts for Cal. 45 Auto Pistol, Colts 
Patent Fire Arms Mfg. Co., 4l' 60 

Storage on ambulance, John A. Cross,. . 12 00 

Ins. premiums officers Co. K, Hender- 
son Bros., Inc., 54 12 

State Naval Militia Assn. of U. S., Thos. 

F. Nelson, Jr., Comd'r., 16 50 

State Naval Militia Assn. of U. S., John 

A. Bunn, Lt J. G. Div. B, 16 40 

Inf. Drill regulations, Sec. War College 

Div., Washington, I). C, 40 00 

Convention Copies N. G. A. of U. S., Jo- 
seph A. Storch, Ti-eas. N. G. A. of 
U. S., 50 00 

Dues account Gen. Headquarters N. G. 
P., C. Blaine Smathers,* Treas., N. G. 
A. of Penna., 20 00 

Set silk colors, 1st Inf., William Lehm- 
Iberg, 

30 breech loading Springfield rifles, 

Cal. 45, F. J. Smith 60 00 

Meeting Military Surgeons at Washing- 
ton, D. C, E. H. Dickenshied, Major 
M. C, 15 00 

Meeting Naval Militia Assn., Washing- 
ton, D. C, Lt. ComdV W. L. Morri- 

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Bxpenditares at tli« Ck}minonwealtb. Detailed Statement— Oontinned. 

3 arm racks shipped to Co. G, 13th Inf., 
Comd'g Officer Rock Island Arsenal,. 69 60 

250 pamphlets for the N. G. P., Chief of 

Ordinance, U. S. Army War Dept . . 19 00 

Meeting Naval M. Assn., Washington, 

D. C, Henry C. Mcllvaine, Jr., Lt. J. 

G., Div. A., S. N. M., 17 85 

6 escort wagons at An. Encpt. Mt. Gret- 
na, Chas. T. Creswell, 27 00 

Expense inspecting Engineers Co. and 
Batteries, Col. and Chief of Ord., H. 
S. Williams, 115 68 

Expense inspecting Ambulance Co. No. 
1, Major Lewis T. Hess, M. C, U. S. 
A., 30 25 

Expense inspecting Div. C. and D, S. N. 
M., Com'r Thomas J. Nelson, Jr., 14 97 

Expense inspecting Spring Inspection, 

Col. John P. Wood, First Cav 130 68 

Expense inspecting. Spring Inspection, 

Q. M. Sergt. Herman L. Taffee, 78 00 

Expense in re, H. P. Parish, Methodist 
Episc. Hospital, 5 50 

Expense account Spring Inspection, Ma- 
jor and Ins. Albert G. Rutherford. . . 433 33 

Expense Inspecting Wire Co. and Radio 
Co., Major Fred G. Miller, 19 66 

Expense account Spring Inspection, Ma- 
jor and Ins. W. Preston Tyler, 433 33 

Expense re-Hdqrs. 2nd Brigade, Major 

E. Lowry Humes, 9 31 

Expense account Spring Inspection, Col. 

John P. Wood, 1st Cav., . . . . : 74 35 

Expense account Hdqrs. 2nd Brigade, A. 

J. Logan Co., ....*. 30 23 

Ex. in Re Hdqrs. 6th Inf., Col. Thos. 

Biddle Ellis 84 47 

Ex. in Re Sanitary Detachment, Col. 

Thos. Biddle Ellis 17 75 

Ex. in Re Hrqrs. 8th Inf., Col. M. E. 

Finney, 62 26 

Spare parts repairs Escort Wagon, Dept. 

Q. M., U. S. A 10 26 

3.000 pocket signals, discs and folders, 

Standard Novelty Co 225 00 

Labor and material for repairing Div. 

Hdqrs., Mt. Grotna, Miller Bros. Inc., 21 66 

Labor and material for repairing 1st 

Cav. Hdqrs., Mt. Gretna, Miller Bros. 

Tnc 35 39 

Hauling ba<rgage 10th Inf. C. D, Capt. 

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Ezpenditares ot tli« Commonwealth. Detailed Statement— Contlnned. 

Expense Div. Hdqrs., Major Genl Chas. 

M. Clement, 45 18 

Expense Signal Troops Hdqrs., Major 

Fred. G. Miller, 20 13 

Rep. 27 Torches, Ziegler & Hayes, 6 75 

Premium on Officers Bonds Co. E., 2nd 

Inf., W. Stanley Kite, 15 00 

Premium on Officers Bonds Co. B, Sth 

Inf.,. S. R. Beard, Shindle In. Agy., . . 20 00 

Telephone, Rifle Range, Mt. Gretna, Bell 

Telephone Co., 15 00 

150 copies Army Regulations, The Adj. 

Gen'l U. S. Army, 34 50 

Expense in re, Co. A 16th Inf., Isaac 

B. Brown, 41 67 

Expense in re, Division Hdqrs., Sara O. 

Yarnall, ' 30 98 

Premium on Officers bonds, Co. B, 10th 

Inf., Beayer Co. Ins. Agency Inc., . . 22 50 

Premium on Officers bonds, Capt. Hal- 

ler, Co. H, 6th Inf„ American Surety 

Co., 10 00 

Premium on Officers bonds, Lt. Schmel- 

zer, Co. G, 16th Inf., S. H. Drown, . . 7 50 

Premium on Officers bonds, Lt. Hubbs, 

Co. E, 2nd Inf., W. Stanley White, . . 5 00 

Premium on Officers bonds, Capt. Hart- 
man, Co. K, Sth Inf., W. J. Raffens- 

berger, 15 00 

Insurance Ambu. Co. No. 2, Frank K. 

Patterson, 4 47 

Ice, Mt. Gretna, Harvey Steckbeck, 6 25 

Dynamite and ca])S, Permanent Camp 

Site, Aetna Explosives Co., 215 44 

Hauling 29 cords wood, Mt. Gretna, 

Miles Cooper, '. 23 20 

Drayage, account State Arsenal, Har- 

risburg Transfer Co., 11 25 ^ 

Blue Prints, permanent Camp site, 

George H. Boyer, 30 00 

Subsisting Men, permanent Camp site, 

F. Grenuninger, 104 25 

96 ft. 12-inch gal. pipe, permanent Camp 

site, A. M. Brandt, 73 44 

Horse shoeing, E. L. Halderman, 20 90 

Expenses in recruiting, Col. Asher 

Miner, 3rd F. A., Ill 84 

Hardware Supplies at permanent Camp 

site, Henry Gilbert & Son, 43 56 

Hardware supplies at permanent Camp 

site, Henry Gilbert & Son, 6 53 



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Lumber, Mt Gretna, ^liller Bros., 35 55 

Pay Roll, ac. hauling, Mt. Gretna, Col. 

L. V. Rausch, : 317 20 

13 sets sash, Mt. Gretna, H. A. Gable, . . 19 00 

Lt Col. and K. S. A., L. V. Rausch, . . 239 20 

n. R. Beehtel, 37 50 

Colebrook Lumber Co., 36 42 

Colebrook Lumber Co., IG 57 

Capt. 1st Brigade, F. L. Mueller, 46 17 

Montgomery & Co., 21 50 

W. R. Parker, Insurance, 15 00 

Colebrook Lumber Co., 10 88 

P. J. Hare, 36 25 

Building road, permanent Camp site, . . . 2,057 27 

Stenig Auto Co., 14 35 

Chas. P. Dorwarth, 41 00 

Harrisburg Transfer Co., 1 50 

Sweney & Clyde, Ins., 15 00 

Grand Total, |8,738 38 

Rent of Quarters. 

Sgt Ins. U. S. A., William J. Hud- 

dleston, ' $187 75 

Sgt. Ins. U. S. A., John Muckel, 120 00 

Sgt. Ins. U. S. A., William C. Williams, 132 24 

Sgt. Ins. U. S. A., Nathan E. Numbers, 160 00 

Sgt Ins. U. S. A., William Hayes, .... 170 00 

Sgt. Ins. U. S. A., George L. Febiger, . . 89 60 

Sgt. Ins. U. S. A., August W. Johnson, 32 00 

Sgt. Ins. U. S. A., Henry F. Parish 119 46 

Sgt. Ins. U. S. A., William M. Smith, . . 180 50 

Sgt. Ins. U. S.A., Edward C. Jackson, . . 144 00 

Sgt. Ins. U. S. A., Walter F. Vrooman, . 131 52 

Sgt. Ins. U. S. A., Clinton Havward, . . 169 33 

Sgt. Ins. U. S. A., Edward Lytle 145 00 

Sgt. Ins. U. S. A., John M. Browning, . . 114 29 
Sgt. Instructor U. S. A., David Cald- 
well, 112 00 

Grand Total, f 2,005 69 

Clerk Hire. 

Typist, George W. Allen ?p900 00 

Stenographer, J. E. W^right 750 01 

Stenographer, Elmer E. Bittner, . . 41 67 

Stenographer, Bruce G. Van ITousen, . . 220 00 

Stenographer, Alfred W. Weil, 166 68 

Typist, Penn. L. Thome 300 00 

Grand Total, |2,378 36 

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No. 2. REPORT OP FINANCES. 577 

Bzpenditures of the Commonwealth. Dctaili'd Statement— Continued. 

State Arsena] 
Includini^ Automobile Expenses. 

Harrisburg Automobile Co., |68 80 

Gal. Iron Pipe Co., State Arsenal, 
George 0. Pager & Sons, 14 55 

Gasoline, State Arsenal, Independent 
Oil Co., 78 60 

Hardware supplies, State Arsenal, Hen- 
ry Gilbert & Son, 42 10 

Rep. Tools, State Arsenal, I. B. Dickin- 
son, 5 10 

Rep. Auto, State Arsenal, Harrisburg 
Automobile Co., 16 58 

Rep. Auto, State Arsenal, Shaffer Wag- 
on Works, 12 88 

2,250 Boxes furnished, State Arsenal, 

Harrisburg Bag & Box Co., 94 95 

50 bayonet guards furnished, State Ar- 
senal, E. N. Cooper & Co., 50 00 

Rep. Auto, State Arsenal, Shaffer Wag- 
on Works, 40 71 

Blasting Machine, State Arsenal, Har- 
risburg Electric Supply Co., 16 44 

Repair Truck, International Motor Co., 267 29 

21 lbs. Machine Silk, The Warehouse 

Print Silk Co., 154 60 

Re-exchange Speedometers, Harrisburg 
Automobile Co., 27 24 

Drayage, Montgomery & Co., 18 19 

Rifle Practice, Score Cards, Franklin 
Photo Engraving House 9 33 

Gasoline and loline, Independent Oil Co., 97 50 

100 lbs. Cotton Rope, Henry Gilbert & 

Son, 20 00 

1,580 lbs. Manilla Rope, The Edwin H. 

Fitler Co., 248 89 

228f lbs. Sewing Twine, The Manhattan 

Supply Co., 227 54 

Labels, Com. Off. Frankford Arsenal, . . 9 10 

Pierce-Arrow Car, repairs and parts, 
Foss Hughes Company, 638 68 

Blankets, tents, &c.. Imperial Laundry 

Co., 6 29 

Services rendered, Harry A. Bechtel, . . 93 75 

Repairs Truck and Car, Sterling Auto 
Tire Co 20 60 

Gasoline, &c.. Independence Oil Co., . . 246 85 

Repair and parts Tnick and Car, Har- 
risburg Automobile Co 86 42 

Repairs Auto, B. F. Goodrich & Co., . . 93 10 



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Exi)€nditurc.4 -£ tjig Cummonwealth. Detailed Btatement— Gontinaed. 

Tires Mack Truck, Shafer Wagon 

Works, >,... 116 33 

Making Chevrons and Stripes, Sarah 

McGraw, 69 00 

Repairs to Truck and Car, Harrisburg 

Automobile Co., 21 70 

Expressage Charges, Adams Express 

Oo., ^ 103 4a 

Services rendered, H. A. Bechtel, 75 00 

Repairs and parts Mack Truck, Interna- 
tional Motor Co., :. . 63 67 

Gasoline and loline, Independent Oil 

Co., 196 80 

Harrisburg Auto Co., 131 80 

Grand Total, f3,483 79 

Care Takers. 

Battery A, William E. Stanley, f 333 34 

Battery B, James W. Ryan, 174 99 

Battery C, Fred S. Swier, 560 00 

Battery D, John D. Andrews, William 

Mollenkopf, 318 98 

Co. A, Signal Corps, James M. Fitzger- 

ald,x 1 332 00 

Grand Total, |1,719 31 

Horse Hire. 

2nd Brig. Encpt, Charles C. McLain, . . f 48 00 
2nd Brig. Encpt. repay, Indiana County 

Deposit Bank, \ 20 00 

Sep. Bat Inf., W. A. Riland, 36 00 

Grand Total, |104 00 

Claims for Injured Horses. 

Annual Encpt, Mr. Gretna, William 

Kildare |150 00 

Cavalrv Camp, J. Horner Decker, 42 00 

1st Cav., Mt Gretna, W. A. Riland, . . 120 00 

1st Cav., Mt Gretna, O. H. Nason 150 00 

Annual Encpt, Mt Gretna, Frank n. 

Person, 100 00 

F. A. Camp, Tobyhanna, Col. John P. 

Earnest, 127 00 

Annual Encpt., Mt Gretna, Wm. H. 

Thompson, 75 00 

Orand Total, |764 00 

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Expendlturea at the Commonwealth. Detailed Statement— Continued. 

Expenses for Gamp of Instruction. 

Capt Inf. U. S. A., Charles G. Allen, . . ?17 96 

Ist Lt 3rd Inf. U. S. A., W. Krueger, . . 13 95 

Capt. Inf.- U. S. A., F. S. Leisenrlng, . . 18 11 

Capt. Inf. U. S. A., F. S. Leisenrlng, ... 24 75 
Capt nth Cav. U. S. A., V. Las. Rock- 

weU, 19 67 

1st Lt. 2nd Cav. U. S. A., Robert McC. 

- Beck, Jr., 36 36 

Capt. Inf. U. S. A., F. S. Leisenrlng, . . 25 80 
Capt 2nd Cav. U. S. A., V. Las Rock- 

weU„ 39 93 

1st Lt. 2nd Cav. U. S. A., Robert McC. 

Beck, Jr., 19 02 

Capt Inf. U. S. R., F. S. Leisenrlng, ... 10 74 

Thomas J. Stewart, Brig. Gen., 583 73 

Capt Inf. U. S. A., F. S. Leisenrlng, . . 14 19 

Grand Total, 1824 21 

Subslstance. 

Divisions C and D, S. N. M., Treas. U. 

S., 1192 59 

Subsistence stores, permanent Camp, 

Mt Gretna, Major Q. M. H. C. Byers, 89 55 

Brelsford Packing and Storage Co., . . 473 89 

Evans Burtnett Co., 120 49 

Harrisburg Baking Co., 22 20 

Grand Total, $789 72 

Services Rendered. 

Auctioneer, J. T. Ensminger, $:37 50 

Major and Q. M. 2nd Brigade, J. Clyde 

Miller, 66 66 

Vet Surg., S. M. Nissley, 41 75 

Acct State Arsenal, Imperial Laundry 

Co., '. 156 40 

Court Cases acct 3rd Inf., Lamuel W. 

Dobin, Constable, 115 00 

Dress Trousers, N. G. P., Nathan Kop- 

lovitz 35 00 

Dress Trousers, N. G. P., George F. 

Shope, 70 00 

Court cases, acct 16th Inf 6 00 

100 Dress Trousers, N. G. P 70 00 

100 Dress Trousers, N. G. P., George F. 

Shope, 70 00 

Assisting at Spring Inspection, 18th In., 

Frank L. Steele, 18 00 

Pay roll, work on permanent camp site, 

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Expenditures of the Commonwealth. Detailed Statement— Continued. 

2nd Lt. eJ. W. Mackall, Beaver Co. In^. 

Agency Co., 7 50 

Court Cases acct. 1st Inf., Samuel W. 

Dobin, 55 00 

100 prs. Dress Trousers, George F. Shope, 70 00 
Band funeral Brig; Gen. J. B. Hutchin- 
son, Frank Blumenstein, 45 00 

Services rendered, Mobilization, Mt. 

Gretna, Harry A. Bechtel, 75 00 

Services rendered, State Arsenal, Harry 

A. Bechtel, 75 00 

Services rendered, labor, Camp site, Mt. 

Gretna, Lt. Col. L. V. Rausch, D. Q. 

M. Gen., 107 25 

Pav Roll, labor. Camp site, Mt. Gretna, 

Lt. Col. L. V. Rausch, D. Q. M. Gen., 185 00 

Pay Roll, labor, acct. Mobilization, Mt. 

Gretna, Lt. Col. L. V. Rausch, D. Q. 

M. Gen., 238 10 

Pay Roll, recruiting Pittston, Wilkes- 

Barre, Hazleton and Xanticoke, Col. 

Asher Miner 767 62 

Services rendered, acct. State Arsenal, 

H. A. Bechtel 75 00 

Services rendered, Major R. H. Rolfe, Q. 

M. Corps. U. S. A., 13 23 

Senices rendered, Dr. A. A. Long 4 25 

Services rendered, Pav Roll, hauling, L. 

V. Rausch, Lt. Col.,^ 335 20 

Grand Total ?2,726 77 

Supplies. 

Reg. Colors 9th Inf., Nat. Colors 6th 

inf., William Lehmberg ?245 50 

i complete set silk Colors, William 

Lehmberg, 200 00 

58 Canvass Cases for flag kits, H. K. 

Brewer & Co ^ 32 50 

2 Guidons for Division N. G. P., Wm. 

H. Horstman Co 75 00 

Metal Collars, N. G. P., Wm. H. Horst- 
man Co. 00 50 

3 Standards, National Staffs and Cases, 

Dept. Quarter Master. IT. S. A 28 75 

15.500 rifle practice score cards, Joseph 

F. LeMaitre .^ 83 50 

25 stocks for Springfield Rifles, cal. 15, 

Com'g Officer Springfield Armory, . . 12 00 

2,104 lbs. sonp, N. G. P. Eucampt., 

Thomns Martindale & Co 379 08 



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No. 2. REPORT OF FINANCES. 581 

Ezpenditureii of the Commonwealth. Dotailo<l Statenirnt Contlnupd. 

400 ft. Cor. Culvert Pipe, Mt. Gretna, 
Good Koads Machy Co., 390 48 

1 set Reg. Silk Colors, 1st F. A., Wil- 
liam Lehmberg 105 00 

Dj^namite Fuse, Caps, &c., Mt. Gretna, 
Aetna Explosive Co., Inc., 731 11 

Q. M. Supplies, Co. B, 4th Inf., Ideal 
Chemical Co., 12 00 

Stores furnished, Comnd. Officer Rock 
Island Ar., 105 75 

Hardware, 1st Cav. Hdqrs., Mt. Gretna, 

George Krause Hard Co., 29 05 

Standard Typewriter, 2nd Brigade 
Hdqrs., Harrisburg Typewriter and 
Supply Co., ' 84 50 

One Typewriter, Div. Hdqrs., Under- 
wood Typewriter Co GO 00 

50 Bayonet Guards and Brass Castings, 

E. N. Cooper Co 50 75 

Supplies furnished Mobilization Camp, 
Mt. Gretna, Underwood Typewriter Co., 31 22 

36 Gasoline torches, Henry Gilbert & 

Son 42 00 

1 Regimental Color, 13th Inf., William 
Lehmberg, 155 00 

Q. M. Supplies, Donaldson Paper Co., . . 52 52 

Reg. Silk Standard, 2nd Field Art., Wm. ^ 

Lehmberg ' 98 00 

National Silk Colors, Dept. Q. .M. U. S. 

A 40 84 

Q. M. supplies, J. A. Fredk. Horr 276 25 

Q. M. supplies, William liehmberg 98 00 

Q. M. supplies, Wm. F. Murphv's Sons 

Co \ 30 00 

Q. M. ,' supplies, H. G. Philips Supply 

House, \ 50 00 

Q. M. supplies, Harrisburg Harness and 

Supply Co., 35 55 

Grand Total, ?3,630 75 

Re-imbunements . 

Interment of Son, Mrs. Margaret Lynch, J119 45 

Private Floyd, Co. C, Den. Bat. Inf., ac- 
cident, John W. , Floyd 102 60 

Re-interment, Henry J. Lutz, Mrs. Marv 

J. Lutz, \ 00 79 

Funeral exp. Private H. Johnson, Bat. 

E, 3d F. A., Pierce H. Thompson 75 00 

Funeral exp. Private James Meehan, 

Bat. 6, 3d F. A., Pierce H. Thompson, 59 00 

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Exx)cndlture8 at tbe Commonwcaltb. Detailed Statement— Continued. 

Medical Supplies. 

E. Z. Gross, 160 68 

E. Z. Gross, 18 55 

E. Z. Gross, 20 73 

Donough & Snavely, 13th Inf 11 00 

Henry H. Dancy, 1st Field Art., 8 83 119 79 

Grand Total, 1181,240 42 

STATE MILITARY BOARD. 

Thos. J. Stewart, member of State Mili- 
tary Board, salary from Dec. 1, 1915, 
to Nov. 30, 1916 »750 00 

Archibald W. Powell, member of State 
Military Board, salary from Dec. 1, 
1915, to Nov. 30, 1916, 600 00 

Robert K. Young, member of State Mili- 
tary Board, salary from Dec. 1, 1915, 
to Nov. 30, 1916, 625 00 

Grand Total, |1,975 00 

ARMORY BOARD. 

Albert J. Logan, member, salary from 

Dec. 1, 1915, to Nov. 30, 1916, f 1,500 00 

C. Bow Daughertv, member, salary from 

Dec. 1, 1915, to" Nov. 30, 1916, .' 1,500 00 

Wm. G. Price, Jr., member, salary from 

Dec. 1, 1915, to Nov. 30, 1916, " 1,500 00 

L. A. Watres, member, salary from Dec. 

1, 1915, to Nov. 30, 1916,*^ 1,500 00 

Geo. C. Rickards, member, salary from 

Dec. 1, 1915, to Nov. 30, 1916, 1,500 00 

Erection of armories, 316,763 43 

Maintenance of armories, 47,616 52 

Total, f371,879 95 

Riot and insurrection, repairs to armory 

buildings destroyed by fire, storm, etc., ?92,700 00 

Total, 92,700 00 

Grand total Armory Board, f464,579 95 



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No. 2. REPORT OF FINANCES. 583 

£xx)enditures at the Commonwealth. Dotallod StatomcDt— Continuc-d. 

DEPARTMENT OF INTERNAL AFFAIRS. 

Henry Houck, Secretary of Internal Af- 
fairs, salary from Dec. 1, 1915, to Nov. 
30, 1916, f 7,999 94 

James H. Craig, Deputy Secretary of In- 
ternal Affairs, salary from Dec. 1, 1915, 
to Nov. 30, 1916, 3,125 GO 

James H. Craig, clerk to the Board of 
Public Property, salary from Dec. 1, 
1915, to Nov. 30, 1916, 208 25 

Clerk hire, Dec. 1, 1915, to Nov. 30, 1916, 40,999 23 

Contingent and incidental expenses, . . 2,062 50 

Services and expenses, collection of tax 
statistics, 4,250 00 

Services and expenses. Bureau of Rail- 
ways, 750 00 

Investigating and surveying vacant land, 195 50 

Employment of draftsmen in the copying 
of surveys and ancient papers, Dec. 1, 
1915, to Nov. 30, 1916, 14,336 49 

Inspection and repairs to state boundary 
line monuments, 900 00 

BUREAU OF STANDARDS. 

James Sweeney, Chief, salary from Dec. 

1, 1915, to Nov. 30, 1916, 3,000 00 

Contingent expenses and additional 

equipment (Bureau of Standards), . 410 55 

Total 7. f 78,237 40 

BANKING DEPARTMENT. 

William H. Smith, Commissioner of 
Banking, salary from Dec. 1, 1915, to 
Nov. 30, 1916 J6,000 00 

John W. Morrison, Deputy Commis- 
sioner, salary from Dec. 1, 1915, to 
Nov. 30, 1916, 3,000 00 

Salaries and expenses of bank exam- 
iners, 6S,242 44 

Clerk hire, 13,189 85 

Salaries and expenses of employes for 
supervision of private banks, from 
Dec. 1, 1915, to Nov. 30, 1016 4,077 85 

Salaries and expenses of ein]:)loyes and 
other expenses incident to the super- 
vision of the business of loaning luonev 
to individuals, \ 2,004 91 

Contingent expenses, 1,750 00 

Total, 198,265 05 



584 AUDITOR GENERA.L OF PENNSYLVANIA. Off. Doc. 

Exi»pn(llturc8 of thQ Commonwealth. Detailed Statement—Continued. 

INSURANCE DEPARTMENT. 

Charles Johnson, Insurance Commis- 
sioner, salary from Dec. 1, 1915, to 
March 31, 1916, 2,500 00 

Samuel W. McCuUough, Acting Insur- 
ance Commissioner, salary from April * 
1, 1916, to June 26, 1916, 1,792 80 

J. D. O'Neil, Insurance Commissioner, 
salary from June 27, 1916, to Nov. 
30, 1916, 3,207 20 

Simon W. McCullough, Deputy Insur- 
ance Commissioner, salary from Dec. 
1, 1915, to Nov. 30, 1916, 3,210 50 

Salaries of actuary, examiners, inspec- 
tors and clerks, from Dec. 1, 1915, to 
Nov. 30, 1916, 63,075 95 

Contingent and travelling expenses, . . . 10,442 53 

Total, f 84,223 98 

STATE FIRE MARSHAL. 

Joseph L. Baldwin, Fire Marshal, salary 

from Nov. 30, 1915, to Jan. 2, 1916, . . f443 55 

Chas. D. Wolfe, Acting Fire Marshal, 

salary Jan. 3, 1916, to June 30, 1916, 2,000 00 
G. Chal. Port, salary from July 1, 1916, 

to Nov. 30, 1916, 2,083 31 

Salaries of employes, from Dec. 1, 1915, 

to Nov. 30, 1916, 35,918 46 

Contingent expenses, 4,000 00 

Total, $44,445 32 

DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC INSTURCTION. 

Nathan C. Schaeffer, Superintendent of 
Public Instruction, salary from Dec. 1, 
1915, to Nov. 30, 1916 f 4,999 96 

Deputies Superintendents and clerks, 
salary from Dec. 1, 1915, to Nov. 30 j 
1916, 14,874 98 

Stenographers and ty^pewriters, salary 
from Dec. 1, 1915, to Nov. 30, 1916, . . 3,850 06 

High School inspectors, salaries and ex- 
penses from Dec. 1, 1915, to Nov. 30, 
1916, 13,575 90 

Contingent and incidental expenses, . . 2,322 64 

Bureau of Midwifery, 7,875 32 

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No. 2. REPORT OF FINANCES. 586 

Expenditures of the Commonwealth. Dotiiiled Statoniont -Continued. 

Circulating Pennsylvania School Jour- 
nal, 1,250 00 

Board for the examination of candidates 

for permanent state certificates, 2,000 00 

Expenses of Normal School examiners, 2,500 00 

Bureau of Medical Education and 

Licensure, 14,607 08 

Bureau of Professional Education, 8,624 47 

Bureau of Vocational Education, 43,971 91 

International Sunshine Society, New- 
York, N. Y., education of blind babies, 2,806 95 

Higher education, 30 90 

State Board of Education, salaries and 

expenses, 13,946 09 

College and University Council, 183 50 

Dental Council, 1,387 20 

Miscellaneous Schools, 74,802 01 

Total, 1279,941 22 

RECAPITULATION. 

Department Public Instruction |91,691 81 

Bureau Medical Education and Licen- 
sure, 20,469 84 

Bureau of Professional Education, 8,624 47 

State Board of Education, 82,782 39 

College and University Council, 183 50 

Dental Council, ". 1,387 20 

Miscellaneous Schools, 74,802 01 

Total, $279*941 22 

PUBLIC SCHOOL SYSTEMS^ 
SAI^RIBS PAID COUNTY SUPERINTENDENTS. 

Adams county, |2,000 00 

Allegheny county, 20,900 00 

Armstrong county, 2,000 00 

Beaver county, 3,000 00 

Bedford county-, 2,000 00 

Berks county, 4,000 00 

Blair county, 2,000 00 

Bradford county, 2,361 11 

Bucks county, 3,000 00 

Butler county, 2,250 00 

Cambria county, 4,220 00 

Cameron county, 1,800 00 

Carbon county, 3,000 00 

Centre county, 2,000 00 

Chester county, 3,000 00 

Clarion county, 2,364 00 

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Expenditures iS tJjc (>:>mmon wealth. Detailed Statement— Oontloaed. 



Clearfield county, 2^400 00 

Clinton county, 2,000 00 

Columbia county, 8,000 .00 

Crawford county, 2,000 00 

Cumberland county, 2,000 00 

Dauphin county, 2,000 00 

Delaware county, 3,500 QO 

Elk county, 3,100 00 

Erie county, 2,500 00 

Fayette county, 3,500 00 

Forrest county, 1,500 00 

. Franklin county, 2,500 00 

Fulton county, 1,500 00 

Greene county, 2,500 00 

Huntingdon county, 2,000 00 

Indiana county, 2,200 00 

Jefferson county, 2,300 00 

Juniata county, 1,560 00 

Lackawanna county, 5,000 00 

Lancaster county, 3,000 00 

Lawrence county, 2,000 00 

Lebanon county, 2,250 00 

Lehigh county, 2,200 00 

Luzerne county, 5,000 00 

Lycoming county, 3,000 00 

McKean county, 2,500 00 

Mercer county, 2,000 00 

Mifflin county, 1,675 00 

Monroe county, 1,900 00 

Montgomery county, 5,000 00 

Montour county, 1,500 00 

Northampton county, 2,750 00 

Northumberland county, 2,500 00 

Perry county, 1,950 00 

Pike county, 1,500 00 

Potter county, 2,500 00 

Schuylkill county, 3,500 00 

Snyder county, 1,640 00 

Somerset county, 2,000 00 

Sullivan county 1,600 00 

Susquehanna county, 2,000 00 

Tioga county, 2,500 00 

Union county, 1,700 00 

Venango county, 2,500 00 

Warren countv, 2,500 00 

Washington county, 3,000 00 

Wayne county, 2,300 00 

Westmoreland county, 8,500 00 

Wyoming county, 2,000 00 

York county, 2,500 00 

Total salaries County Superintendents, Djaitiz^a ^iv ^ |188^420 U 



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Expendltqrea af mo Commcnwealth. Detailed Statement— Ck>ntln«ed. 



SALARIES PAID ASSISTANT COUNTY SUPERIN- 
TENDENTS. 

Adams county, f 1,200 00 

AUegheny county, 4,900 00 

Armstrong county, 1,200 00 

Beaver county, 1,200 00 

Bedford county, 1,200 00 

Berks county, 2,400 00 

Blair county, 1,200 00 

Bradford county, 2,250 00 

Bucks county, 2,400 00 

Butler county, 1,200 00 

Cambria county, 2,400 00 

Carbon county, 1,200 00 

Centre county, 1,200 00 

Chester county, 2,400 00 

Clarion county, 1,200 00 

Clearfield county, 2,400 00 

Columbia county, 1,200 00 

Crawford county, 1,200 00 

Cumberland county, 1,200 00 

Dauphin county, 1,200 00 

Delaware county, 1,200 00 

Elk county, 1,200 00 

Erie county, 1,200 00 

Fayette county, 3,600 00 

Franklin county, 1,200 00 

Greene county, 1,200 00 

Huntingdon county, 500 00 

Indiana county, 2,400 00 

Jefferson county, 1,200 00 

Lackawanna county, 1,200 00 

Lancaster county, 3,600 00 

Lawrence county, 1,200 00 

Lebanon county, 1,200 00 

Lehigh county, i,200 00 

Luzerne county, 4,800 00 

Lycoming county, 1,200 00 

McKean county, 1,200 00 

Mercer county, 1,200 00 

Montgomery county, 2,400 00 

Northampton county, 1,200 00 

Northumberland county, 1,200 00 

Potter county, 1,200 00 

Schuylkill county, 3,600 00 

Somerset county, 2,400 00 

Susquehanna county, 1,200 00 

Tioga county, 1,200 00 

Venango county, 1,200 00 



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Expenditures of the Commonwealth. Detailed Statement— Continued. 

Warren county, 1,200 00 

Washington county, 2,400 00 

Wayne county, 1,200 00 

Westmoreland county, 4,700 00 

York county, 2,400 00 

Total salaries Asst. County Superintendents, |92,750 00 

Grand total, f 281,170 00 

RECAPITULATION . 

County Superintendents salaries, ^188,420 11 

Asst. County Superintendents, salaries, 92,750 00 



Grand total 281,170 11 

APPROPRIATIONS TO COUNTIES. 

Adams county 45,270 09 

Allegheny county, 985,556 44 

Armstrong county 89,047 57 

Beaver count}', .' 1*16,484 62 

Bedford county, 60,256 94 

Berks county, 213,404 83 

Blair county, 116,171 54 

Bradford county 142,950 §5 

Bucks county, \ 105,061 98 

Butler county, 74,412 11 

rambria county 209,538 28 

Cameron county, 13,565 22 

Carbon county, \ 74,861 93 

Centre county 68,729 28 

Chester county, 155,763 76 

Clarion countv, 53,149 47 

Clearfield countv 124,835 76 

Clinton county,^ 32,901 27 

Columbia county 82,740 76 

Crawford county 133,369 67 

Cumberland county 68,603 66 

Dauphin county, ." 127,719 35 

Delaware county 115,137 80 

Elk county, . . /, 50,019 02 

Erie county, 173,307 09 

Fayette countv, 212,097 28 

Forest county, 18,891 88 

Franklin county 76,905 20 

Fulton county 14,961 15 

Greene county, 45,194 10 

Huntingdon county, 60,990 6T 

Indiana county, 82,136 79 



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EipendltuFCT o f thp Comnionwonlth. Dptalli>d Statpincnt -Coiutnucil. 

Jefferson county, 103,827 53 

Juniata county, 27,705 96 

Lackawanna county, 304,570 62 

Lancaster county 170,315 05 

Lawrence county, 85.928 99 

Lebanon county, , 85,738 40 

Lehigh county, 64,015 48 

Luzerne county, 536.873 21 

Lycoming county, 106,669 77 

McKean county, 53,916 78 

Mercer county, ]03,515 54 

Mifflin county, 37,518 09 

Monroe county, 37,233 04 

Montgomery county, 215,168 36 

Montour county, 16,149 36 

JVorthampton county, 162,057 52 

Northumberland county, 113 646 48 

Perry county, 38;4ii 88 

ft^ke county, 13,293 47 

Philadelphia county, 893,355 58 

l^^^V^?"^^' 41,849 77 

Schuylkill county, 301,185 15 

Snyder county, 23,146 70 

Somerset county 130,064 02 

Sullivan county, 21,405 89 

Susquehanna county, 88 162 86 

Koga county, 84 029 95 

Union county, 17,499 33 

Venango county, 94,104 85 

^^arren county, .19,170 43 

Washington county, 159,296 58 

Wayne county, 45,874 71 

Westmoreland county, 277,279 08 

Wyoming county, ..";'. 22^653 60 

York county, 233,513 76 

'^°^ ' 18,663,175 35 

TOWNSHIP AND BOROUGH HIGH SCHOOLS. 

Adams county, |1,634 00 

All^heny county, 10,573 OO 

Armstrong county, 2 236 00 

Beaver county 3;i82 oo 

Bedford county, 2,236 00 

Berks county, 5,16© oo 

Blair county, 2,580 00 

Bradford county, 4 730 00 

Bucks county, 4,316 00 

Butler county, 3,440 qq 

Cambria county, 3 612 00 rr^r^r>]r 

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500 AUDITOR GENERAL OF PENNSYLVANIA. Off. Doc. 

Expenditures of the Gommonwealtb. Detailed Statement— Oontinaed. 

Ctimeron county, 

Carbon county, 

Centre county, 

Chester coun^, 

Clarion county, 

Clearfield county, 

Clinton county, 

Columbia county, 

Crawford county, 

Cumberland county, 

"Dauphin county, 

Delaware county, 

Elk county, 

Erie county, 

Fayette county, 

Forest county, 

Franklin county, 

Fulton county, 

Greene county, 

Huntingdon county, 

Indiana county, 

Jefferson county, 

Juniata county, 

Lackawanna county, 

Lancaster county, 

Lawrence county, 

Lebanon county, 

Lehigh county, 

Luzerne county, * 

Lycoming county, 

McKean county, 

Mercer county, 

Mifflin county, 

Monroe county, 

Montgomery county, 

Montour county, 

Northampton county, 

Northumberland county, 

Perry county, 

Pike county, 

Potter county, 

Schuylkill county, 

Snyder county, 

Somerset county, 

Sullivan county, 

Susquehanna county, 

Tioga county, 

Union county 

Venango county, 

Warren county, 



628 00 


2,838 00 


3,268 00 


6,880 00 


3,354 00 


4,472 00 


1,720 00 


5,246 00 


5,160 00 


3,354 00 


5,074 00 


3,268 00 


2,580 00 


4,300 00 


3,526 00 


1,634 00 


2,322 00 


172 00 


2,408 00 


2,064 00 


1,806 00 


3,268 00 


1,376 00 


4,300 00 


6,364 00 


1,892 00 


2,580 00 


1,720 00 


9,288 00 


2,408 00 


1,806 00 


4^86 00 


1.892 00 


1376 00 


6,880 00 


344 00 


3,698 00 


3,784 00 


1,634 00 


516 00 


2,580 00 


7,138 00 


1,118 00 


2,494 00 


1.720 00 


3,612 00 


3,956 00 


1,118 00 


2,838 00 


3,354 00 


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Expenditures of the Ck>mmonwealtb. Detailed Statement— Oontinaed. 

Washington county, 6,708 00 

Wayne count^s 3,440 00 

Westmoreland county, : . . . 7,654 00 

Wyoming county, 2,064 00 

York county, 4,644 00 

Total, $224,288 00 

TUITION OF PUPILS ATTENDING HIGH SCHOOLS IN 
OTHER DISTRICTS. 

Adams county, f 417 75 

Allegheny county . . 5,300 00 

Armstrong county, 594 50 

Beaver county, 929 25 

Bedford county, 172 00 

Berks county, 899 25 

Blair county, 782 75 

Bradford county, 1,293 50 

Bucks county, 1,013 75 

Butler county, 817 00 

Cambria county, 1,021 50 

Clearfield county, 637 50 

Cameron county, 22 50 

Carbon county, 278 00 

Centre county, 441 25 

Chester coun^^, 2,151 00 

Clarion county, 533 00 

Clinton county, 409 25 

Columbia county, 265 00 

Crawford county, 1,900 25 

Cumberland county, 608 00 

Dauphin county, 423 25 

Delaware county, 1,630 75 

Elk county, 79 00 

Erie county, \ 1,055 50 

Fayette county, 1,336 00 

Forest county, 13 50 

Franklin county, 241 25 

Fulton county, 63 00 

Greene county, 449 00 

Huntingdon county, • 336 75 

Indiana county, 262 50 

Jefferson county, 539 75 

Juniata county, 345 75 

Lackawanna county, 266 25 

Lancaster county, 903 00 

Lawrence county, 739 75 

Lebanon county, 489 25 

Lehigh county, 217 50 

Luzerne county, 385 00 

Lycoming county, 819 50 

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Expenditures of the Commonwealth. Detailed Statement— Continned. 

McKean county, 1,143 00 

Mercer county, 1,386 50 

Mifflin county, 199 25 

Monroe county, / 116 75 

Montgomery county, 1,242 75 

Montour county, 157 50 

Northampton county, 686 75 

Northumberland county, 481 25 

Perry county, 66 50 

Pike county, 428 00 

Potter county, 286 25 

Schuylkill county, 700 50 

Snyder county, 147 50 

Somerset county, 256 50 

Susquehanna county, 633 00 

Sullivan county, 164 75 

Tioga county, 661 75 

Union county, 634 00 

Venango county, 751 00 

Warren county, 352 00 

Washington county, 2,051 50 

Wayne county, .'. 492 00 

.Westmoreland county, 3,499 75 

Wyoming county, 446 50 

York county, 880 25 

Total, 148,948 75 

VOCATIONAL SCHOOLS. 

Bradford county, f 116 00 

Butler county, . . . .• 110 58 

Crawford county, 174 50 

Lancaster county, 211 41 

Mercer county 206 00 

Susquehanna county, 219 50 

Tioga county, 10 50 

Westmoreland county, 74 25 

Pike county, 18 00 

Wayne county, 256 50 

Armstrong county, 188 43 

Bradford county, 14 00 

Indiana county, 64 28 

Susquehanna county, 144 00 

G^reene county, 876 67 

Armstrong county, 3,274 41 

Armstrong county, 900 00 

Potter county, 900 00 

Wayne county, 1,071 13 

Monroe county, 504 00 

Washington countv, 3,466 67 

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Expenditures of the Commonwealth. Detailed Statement— Continued. 

Fayette county, 750 00 

Cambria county, ., 908 33 

Lebanon county, 766 67 

Bradford county, 1,263 07 

Lancaster county, 984 34 

Mercer county, 3,750 00 

Susquehanna county, 1,520 00 

Berks county, 3,016 67 

Mercer county, 683 33 

Westmoreland county, 891 67 

Crawford county, 1,120 00 

Somerset county, 586 67 

Jefferson county, 1,461 67 

Mercer county, 1,226 67 

Butler countj^, 1,806 67 

Mercer county, 895 00 

Tioga county, 1,122 67 

Erie county, 1,117 37 

Total Vocational Schools, $39,549 96 

Philadelphia School of Pedagogy for Young Men, . . . 36,000 00 

Grand total, f 75,549 96 

NORMAL SCHOOLS. 

State Normal School, Millersville, Pa., 

maintenance, |10,000 00 

State Normal School, Kutztown, Pa., 

maintenance, 10,000 00 

State Normal School, Mansfield, Pa., 

maintenance, 10,000 00 

State Normal School, Bloomsburg, Pa., 

maintenance, 10,000 00 

State Normal School, Shippensburg, Pa., 

maintenance, 9,596 17 

State Normal School, Lock Haven, Pa., 

maintenance, 10,000 00 

Installing new heating system, 2,700 00 

State Normal School, California, Pa., 

maintenance, 10,000 00 

State Normal School, Indiana, Pa., 

maintenance, 10,000 00 

State Normal School, Slippery Rock, 

Pa., maintenance, 10,000 00 

State Normal School, Clarion, Pa., 

maintenance, 11,226 39 

State Normal School, Edinboro, Pa., 

maintenance, 10,960 00 

Erecting and completing north wing. 

Haven Hall, 9,507 37 

Total, |114J8?4 93 

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Expenditures at the Ciommoiiwealtb. Detailed Statement— Contlmied. 

State Aid to Normal Schools. 

Bloomsburg, 137^017 00 

West Chester, 50,391 00 

Mansfield, 24,384 00 

MUlersville, 25,618 50 

Clarion, 15,610 50 

Indiana, 53,155 50 

California, 23,346 00 

Shippensburg, 19,537 50 

Edinboro, 20,658 00 

Kutztown, 23,746 50 

Lock Haven, 14,883 00 

East Stroudsburg, 18,022 50 

Slippery Rock, 26,368 50 

Total, 1352,738 50 



Grand total State Normal Schools, f466,963 43 

MISCELLANEOUS SCHOOLS. 

Maintaining of proper educational fa- 
cilities in Price and Ridgway town- 
ships, 11,060 00 

Total, f 1,060 00 



DEPARTMENT OP AGRICULTURE. 

Charles E. Patton, Secretary of Agri- 
culture, salary from Dec. 1, 1915 to 
Nov. 30, 1916, f 4,999 92 

Department oflftcers and employes, sal- 
aries from Dec. 1, 1915 to Nov. 30, 
1916, 40,220 09 

Contingent and incidental expenses, 

(Agricultural Department), 3,000 00 

Instructors and Demonstrators, 24,761 47 

DIVISION OF ZOOLOGY (Agricultural Department). 

Expenses of nursery inspection, protec- 
tion of trees, etc., 41,974 23 

Special examinations or investigations, . 507 68 
Expenses of apiary inspection (Depart- 
ment of Agriculture), 2,152 79 

Analysis of fertilizer 21,862 86 

Analysis of commercial feeding stuffs, 8,019 64 

Analysis of seeds, 749 93 

Analysis of lime, lime stone, gypsum, 

etc., ' 1,976 10 

Analysis of linseed oil, 467 33 

Analysis of paints, putty and turpen- ^^ ^ 

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Expenditures ai the Ck)mttionwealth. Detailed Statement-TContinacd. 

Farmers local institutes, 17,237 00 

State Board of Agriculture expenses, . . 2,002 13 

Bureau of Statistics, 9,398 64 

State Commission of Agriculture, trav- 
eling and necessary expenses, 2,853 03 

DAIRY AND FOOD DIVISION. 

Clerical and stenographic services 

(Dairy and Food Division), 8,265 00 

Salaries of special agents, from Dec. 1, 
1915 to Nov. 30, 1916, 22,965 00 

Salaries of attorney and assistants, from 
Dec. 1, 1915 to Nov. 30, 1916, 6,233 31 

Payment of chemists, 21,945 38 

Payment of inspection of cold storage 
plants, 9,228 78 

Payment of travelling and necessary 
expenses of Dairy and Food Commis- 
sioner, etc., 12,073 05 

STATE LIVESTOCK SANITARY BOARD. 

Payment of indemnity for animals af- 
flicted with dangerous, contagious or 
infectious diseases, |117,079 64 

State Meat Hygiene Service, salary and 
expenses from Dec. 1, 1915 to Nov. 30, 
1916, 27,495 76 

Enrollment and inspection of stallions, 2,389 56 

Total, 1411,096 69 

RECAPITULATION . 

Department of Agriculture, |116,151 54 

Bureau Economic Zoology, 55,163 92 

State Board Agriculture, 8,560 84 

Dairy and Food Division, 70,525 92 

Bureau of Chemistry, 23,617 81 

State Livestock Sanitary Board, 137,076 66 

Total, 1411,096 69 

AGRICULTURAL, ASSOCIATIONS PREMIUMS . 

Payments made to incorporated county agricultural associations 

paying premiums upon exhibits. 

Armstrong county, 1,945 25 

Bedford county, |1,000 00 

Berks county, 2,000 00 

Bucks county, 1,000 00 

Mercer county, 2,000 00 

Montgomery county, 472 25 

Westmoreland county, 2,000 00 

Total, ,,^, J10,417 69^ Ie 



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Expenditures of the Commonwealth. Dctaited Statement— Continued. 

DEPARTMENT OF FORESTRY. 

Robert S. Conklin, Commissioner, salary 

from Dec. 1, 1915 to Nov. 30, 1916, . . f 3,000 00 

Office employes salaries, from Dec. 1, 
1915 to Nov. 30, 1916, 13,643 29 

Contingent expenses and special exami- 
nations, 24,553 73 

Foresters and forest rangers, salaries, 

• expenses, Dec. 1, 1915 to Nov. 30, 1916, 122,866 18 

Payment of surveys, 692- 86 

Payment of labor^ 49,225 51 

Expenses in connection with the mainte- 
nance, protection and development of 
forest reserves, 5,783 33 

Examination of titles, 1,740 13 

State Forestry Reservation Oommigi- 
sion, salaries, traveling expenses, etc., 1,633 15 

Maintenance, State Forest Academy, 
Mont Alto, Pa., 10,100 00 

Necessary expenses in the prevention of 
forest fires including salaries of clerk 
and stenographer and postage, 4,580 18 

Deficiency for the extinction of forest 

fires, !^ 1,620 05 



FIXED CHARGES ON FOREST RESERVES 
PURPOSES. 

County. Acreatjc. 

Adams, 20,886 

Bedford, 10,018 

Cameron, 81,194 

Centre, 78,445 

Clearfield, 47,506 

Clinton, 129,090 

Cumberland, 13,472 

Dauphin, 3^354 

Elk, r 14,840 

Franklin, 30,337 

Fulton, 6,300 

Huntingdon, 57,285 

Juniata, 3,178 

Lackawanna, 4,956 

Lycoming, 88,927 

Mifflin, 49,526 

Monroe, 6,401 

Perry, 26,471 

Pike^ 57,254 



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Amount Due. 


$417 72 


200 36 


1,623 88 


1,568 90 


950 12 


2,581 80 


269 44 


67 08 


296 80 


606 74 


126 00 


1,145 70 


63 56 


99 12 


1,778 54 


990 52 


128 02 


529 42 


1,145 08 


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Expenditures of the Commonwealth. Detailed Statement— Continued. 

Potter, 129,607 2,592 14 

Snyder, 19,086 381 72 

Somerset, 3,467 69 34 

Tioga, 57,406 1,148 12 

Union, 53,675 1,073 50 

Westmoreland, 5,065 101 30 

Wyoming, 1,177 23 54 

Total, 998,923 |19,978 46 

FIXED CHARGES ON FOREST RESERVES FOR. ROAD 
PURPOSES. 

County. Acreage. Amount Due. 

Adams, 20,886 f417 72 

Bedford, 10,018 200 36 

Cameron, 81,194 1,623 88 

Centre, 78,445 1,568 90 

Clearfield, 47,506 950 12 

CUnton, 129,090 2,581 80 

Cumberland, 20,450 409 00 

Danphin, 3,354 67 08 

Elk, 14,840 296 80 

Franklin, 33,910 678 20 

Fulton, 6,300 126 00 

Huntingdon, 57,285 1,145 70 

Juniata, 3,178 63 56 

Lackawanna, 4,956 99 12 

Lycoming, 88,927 1,778 54 

Mifflin, 49,526 990 52 

Monroe, 6,401 128 02 

Perry, 26,471 529 42 

Pike, 57,^4 1,145 08 

Potter, 129,607 2,592 14 

Snyder, 19,086 381 72 

Somerset, 3,467 69 34 

Tioga, 57,406 1,148 12 

Union, 53,675 1,073 50 

Westmoreland, 5,065 101 30 

Wyoming, 1,177 23 54 

Total, 1,009,474 f 20,189 48 

Payment of salaries and expenses, dis- 
trict foresters in counties where no 
land is held for State forest purposes, |3,663 68 



Total, 1320,756 18 

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Expenditures of the Commonwealth. Detailed Statement— Continued. 
RECAPITULATION. 

Department of Forestry, |240,110 16 

Land for Forestry Reservation, 23,130 58 

Extinction forest fires, 17,347 50 

Charge Forestry Reservation Road pur- 
poses, 20,189 48 

Charge Forestry Reservation School 

purposes, 19,978 46 

Total, f320,756 18 

PURCHASE OF LANDS AS STATE FOREST RESERVES. 

Wm. J. Kopp, ?238 88 

Coudersport Trust Co., 2,075 33 

Elias Deemer, 3,826 00 

J. W. Beecher, 306 69 

George Dock Frey and Moss M. Mowery, 

Cumberland and Perry Co., 229 29 

Charlotte K. Freyer, Cumberland and 

Perry Co., 12,809 30 

George Dock Frey, Cumberland and 

Perry Co., 801 87 

Edgar Wilson and C. J. Rose, 1,543 53 

Wm. G. Garlan, 519 69 

Edward O. Spidle, 750 00 

Ezra I. Ealt, Exr., 30 00 

Total, ?23,130 58 

Control, Prevention and Extinction of 
forest fires, 114,355 57 

DEPARTMENT OF FISHERIES. 

Nathan R. Buller, Commissioner of 

Fisheries, salary from Dec. 1, 1915 to 

Nov. 30, 1916, 14,500 00 

Clerk hire (Department of Fisheries) 

from Dec. 1, 1915 to Nov. 30, 1916, . . 3,900 00 

Contingent and incidental expenses 1,000 00 

Hatching, propagating and distributing 

fish, 44,044 20 

Counsel fees and court expenses, 430 00 

Expenses of Commissioner and members 

of Fishery Commission, 2,107 97 

Maintaining and operating launch, 

"Commodore Perry", 4,822 83 

Maintaining and operating cruiser, 

"Anna'', 1,017 13 

Fish wardens salaries and expenses, from 

Dec. 1, 1915 to Nov. 30, 1916, 16,574 38 ^ j 

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Expenditures of the Commonwealtb. Detailed Statemcut--Oontiiia(H). 

Field work in gathering spawn, 8,275 43 

Building ponds extensions and com- 
pleting hatcheries, 28,406 21 

Dredging channels, ponds and improve- 
ments on Presqne Isle peninsula, 13 30 

Erection of fish-ways, 996 30 

Total, $116,087 75 



DEPARTMENT OF LABOR AND INDUSTRY. 

John Price Jackson, Commissioner, sal- 
ary from Dec. 1, 1915 to Nov. 30, 1916, ?8,333 31 

Salaries of inspectors, clerks, etc., from 
Dec. 1, 1915 to Nov. 30, 1916, 314,662 66 

Contingent and incidental expenses 
' (Labor and Industry), 40,314 33 

BUREAU OF WORKMEN'S COMPENSATION. 

Pay roll of employes Dec. 1, 1915 to Nov. 

30, 1916, 81,441 21 

Emergency expenses, 38,882 23 

Total, .TTTTTTTTTrr. $483,633 74 



DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH. 

Samuel G. Dixon, Commissioner, salary 
from Dec. 1, 1915, to Nov. 30, 1916, .... $10,833 38 

Salaries of employes of general ofB.ce, di- 
visions, and bureaus from Dec. 1, 1915, 
to Nov. 30, 1916, 17,604 15 

Medical Division, 25,479 18 

Laboratories and Experimental Stations, 14,271 25 

Division of Distribution of Biological 
Products, 6,625 00 

Bureau of Vital Statistics, 31,306 59 

Sanitary Engineering Division, 58,539 54 

Division of Accounting and Purchasing, 26,333 38 

Division of Supplies, 6,343 75 

Dispensaries, 17,820 81 

Bureau of Housing, 5,833 30 

Contingent expenses and general work, 577,926 97 

Maintenance, Tuberculosis Sanitoria, and 
Dispensaries, 1,362,903 48 

Medical inspection of schools, 94,999 94 

Pees paid local registrars of vital sta- 
tistics, in cities of the first and second 
class, for registering birth and death 
certificates, 6,690 90 

Total, $2,263,511 62 

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Exponditnres of the Commonwonltli. Detailed Statement— Continued. 

DEPARTMENT OF MINES. 

James E. Roderick. Chief, salary from 

Dec. 1, 1915, to Nov. 30, 1916, f 5,000 00 

Clerk hire, salaries from Dec. 1, 1915, to 

Nov. 30, 1916, 18,645 81 

Contingent expenses, 6,469 59 

Total, f30,115 40 

INSPECTION AND SUPERVISION OF COAL MINES. 

Anthracite District. 
First District — 

Benjamin Maxev, inspector, salarv 

from Dec. 1, 1915, to Nov. 30, 1916, ?2,250 00 

Contingent expenses, 467 79 

Second District — 
P. J. Moore, inspector, salarv from 

Dec. 1, 1915, to Nov. 30, 1916,' ' 2,250 00 

Contingent expenses 801 97 

William Reid, substitute inspector, 

salarv, 159 95 

Contingent expenses, 33 60 

Third District— 

L. M. Evans, inspector, salarv from 

Dec. 1, 1915, to Nov. 30, 1916 2,250 00 

Contingent expenses 484 99 

Fourth District — 

Jenkin T. Reese, inspector, salarv from 

Dec. 1, 1915, to Nov. 30, 1916 2.250 00 

Contingent expenses 684 33 

Fifth District— 

S. J. Phillips, inspector, salarv from 

Dec. 1, 1 915. to Nov. 30, 1916, .... 2,250 00 

Contingent expenses, 714 58 

Sixth District- 
David T. Williams, inspector, salarv 

from Dec. 1, 1915, to Nov. 30, 1916, 2,333 3S 

Contingent expenses, 739 73 

Hugh MacDonald, inspector, salary, 750 00 

Seventh District — 

Augustus McDade, inspector, salary 

from Dec. 1, 1915, to Nov. 30, 1910, 2,250 00 

Contingent expenses, 539 9S 

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Expenditures of the Commonwealth. Detailed Statement— Continued. 

Eighth District- 
Robert Johnson, inspector, salary from 

Dec. 1, 1915, to Nov. 30, 1916, .... 2,aS3 33 

Contingent expenses, ' 447 30 

Ninth District — 

S. J, Jennings, inspector, salary from 

Dec. 1, 1915, to Nov. 30, 1916, .... 2,250 00 

Contingent expenses, 552 62 

Tenth District- 
John B. Corgan, inspector, salary from 

Dec. 1, 1915, to Nov. 30, 1916, .... 2,5S3 33 

Contingent expenses, 262 88 

Eleventh District — 

T. J. Williams, inspector, salary from 

Dec. 1, 1915, to Nov. 1, 1916, .... 2,250 00 

Contingent expenses, 669 21 

Twelfth District— 

D. T. Davis, inspector, salary from 

Dec. 1, 1915, to Nov. 30, 1916, .... 2,250 00 

Contingent expenses, 932 39 

Thirteenth District — 
Prank Kettle, inspector, salary from 

Dec. 1, 1915, to Nov. 30, 1916, .... 2.3^3 33 

Contingent expenses, 344 69 

Fourteenth District — 

Joseph J. Walsh, inspector, salary 

from Dec. 1, 1915, to Nov. 30, 1916, 2,250 00 
Contingent expenses, 545 78 

Fifteenth District — 

D. J. Roderick, inspector, salary from 

Dec. 1, 1915, to Nov. 30, 1916, .... 2,250 00 

Contingent expenses, 895 42 

Sixteenth District — 

John J. Stickler, inspector, salary 

from Dec. 1, 1915, to Nov. 30, 1916, 2,583 33 
Contingent expenses, 556 33 

Seventeenth District — 

Isaac M. Davies, inspector, salary 

from Dec. 1, 1915, to Nov. 30. 1916, 2,250 00 
Contingent expenses, 589 29 

Eigteenth District— 

Keran Donahue, inspector, salary from 

Dec. 1, 1915, to Nov. 30, 1916, .... 2,446 23 nr^r^ri]r 

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Expenditures of the Oommcnwealth. Detailed Statement— €ontlifned. 

Nineteenth District — 

M. J. Brensan, inspector, salary from 

Dec. 1, 1915, to Nov. 30, 1916, .... 2,250 00 

Contingent expenses, 690 30 

Twentieth District — 

P. C. Fenton, inspector, salary from 

Dec. 1, 1915, to Nov. 30, 1916, .... 2,250 00 

Contingent expenses, 593 52 

Twenty-First District — 

A. B. Lamb, inspector, salary from 

Dec. 1, 1915, to Nov. 30, 1916, .... 2,250 00 

Contingent expenses, 715 53 

Twenty- Second District — 
James A. O'Donnell, inspector, salary 

from Dec. 1, 1915, to Nov. 30, 1916, 2,250 00 
Contingent expenses, 422 12 

Twenty-Third District — 

P. I. Evans, inspector, salary from 

Dec. 1, 1915, to Nov. 30, 1916, .... ^,250 00 
Contingent expenses, 768 59 

Twenty-Fourth District — 

P. J. Friel, inspector, salary from Dec. 

1, 1915, to Nov. 30, 1916, 2,250 00 

Contingent expenses, 635 00 

Twenty-Fifth District- 
Charles J. Price, inspector, salary from 

Dec. 1, 1915, to Nov. 30, 1916, 2,250 00 

Contingent expenses, 538 17 

Bituminous District. 
First District- 
Alexander McCanch, inspector, salary 

from Doc. 1, 1915, to Nov. 30, 1916, 3,000 00 
Contingent e^tpenses, 679 67 

Second District — 
C. B. Ross, inspector, salary from Dec. 

1, 1915, to Nov. 30, 1916, 3,000 00 

Contingent expenses, 779 76 

Third District- 
Thomas K. Adams, inspector, salary 

from Dec. 1, 1915, to Nov. 30, 1916, 3,000 00 
Contingent expenses, 818 15 

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Bxpenditures of the Oommonwealth. Detailed StAteniout— Continued. 

Fourth District — 

Elias Phillips, inspector, salary from 

Dec. 1, 1915, to Nov. 30, 1910, .... 3,000 00 
Contingent expenses, G5G 67 

Fifth District- 
Isaac Q. Roby, inspector, salary from 
Dec. 1, 1915, to Nov. 30, 1910, .... 2,250 00 

Contingent expenses, 669 19 

Richard Maize, salary, 221 11 

Sixth District— 
T. D. Williams, inspector, salary from 

Dec. 1, 1915, to Nov. 30, 1916, .... 3,000 00 
Contingent expenses, 511 20 

Seventh District — 

C. P. McQr^or, inspector, salary from 

Dec. 1, 1915, to Nov. 30, 1916, 3,000 00 

Contingent expenses, 571 41 

Eighth District- 
Joseph Enapper, inspector, salary 

from Dec. 1, 1915, to Nov. 30, 1916, 3,000 00 
Contingent expenses, 898 88. 

Ninth District— 
P. J. Walsh, inspector, salary fropi 

Dec. 1, 1915, to Nov. 30, 1916, .... 3,000 00 
Contingent expenses, 468 91 

Tenth District- 
Joseph Williams, inspector, salary 

from Dec. 1, 1915, to Nov. 30, 1916, 3,000 00 
Contingent e3q)ense6, 688 91 

Eleventh District — 

D. R. Blower, inspector, salary from 

Nov. 16 to Nov. 30, 1915 (resigned) 125 00 

Expenses, 139 50 

J. J. McDonald, inspector, salary from 

Dec 1, 1915, to Nov. 30, 1916, .... 2,875 00 

Contingent expenses, 395 05 

Twenlfth District- 

Hhos. A. Fumiss, inspector, salary 

from Dec. 1, 1915, to Nov. 30, 1916, ;i,0()0 00 
Contingent expenses, 758 66 

Thirteenth District- 
William Langan, inspector, salary 

from Dec. 1, 1915, to Nov. 30, 1916, 3,000 00 ^ t 

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Expenditures of the Commonwealth. Detailed Statement— Continued. 

Fourteenth District — 
David Young, inspector, salary from 

Dec. 1, 1915, to Nov. 30, 1916, .... 3,000 00 
Contingent expenses, 644 93 

Fifteenth District — 
Alexander Monteith, inspector, salary 

from Dec. 1, 1915, to Nov. 30, 1916, 3,000 00 
Contingent expenses, 738 76 

Sixteenth District — 
W. H, Howarth, inspector, salary from 

Dec. 1, 1915, to Nov. 30, 1916, .... 3,000 00 
Contingent expenses, 600 59 

Seventeenth District — 
John I. Pratt, inspector, salary from 

Dec. 1, 1915, to Nov. 30, 1916, .... 3,000 00 
Contingent expenses, 513 21 

Eighteenth District — 
Thomas A. Mather, inspector, salary 

from Dec. 1, 1915, to Nov. 30, 1916, 3,000 00 
Contingent expenses, 920 98 

Nineteenth District — 
James J. Stoker, inspector, salary from 

Dec. 1, 1915, to Nov. 30,. 1916, .... 3,000 00 
Contingent expenses, 492 77 

Twentieth District — 
F. W. Cunningham, inspector, salary 

from Dec. 1, 1915, to Nov. 30, 1916, 3,000 00 
Contingent expenses, 868 36 

Twenty-First District — 

C. P. Byrne, inspector, salary from 

Dec. 1, 1915, to Nov. 30, 1916, .... 3,000 00 
Contingent expenses, 539 68 

Twenty-Second District — 
John F. Bell, inspector, salary from 

Dec. 1, 1915, to Nov. 30, 1916, .... 3,000 00 
Contingent expenses, 543 86 

Twenty-Third District — 

Edward E. Girod, inspector, salary 

from Dec. 1, 1915, to Nov. 30, 1916, 3,000 00 
Contingent expenses, 644 64 

Twenty-Fourth District — 

Nicholas Evans, inspector, salary from 

Dec. 1, 1915, to Nov. 30, 1916, .... 3,000 00 p^r^rrTr> 

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BxiK'nditures of the Cominouwealtk. Detnilinl Statinii'iit i'uiitiuucd. 

Twenty-Fifth District — 
Thomas S. Lowther, inspector, salary ' 

from Dec. 1, 1915, to Nov. 30, 1916, 3,000 00 

Contingent expenses, 664 13 

Twenty-Sixth District— 
P. J. Callaghan, inspector, salary from 

Dec. 1, 1915, to Nov. 30, 1916, .... 3,000 00 

CJontingent expenses, 454 64 

Twenty-Seventh District — 
Harry Phythyon, inspector, salary 

from Dec. 1, 1915, to Nov. 30, 1916, 3,000 00 

Contingent expenses, 662 66 

Twenty-Eighth District — 
Thomas H. Thompson, inspector, salary 

from Dec. 1, 1915, to Nov. 30, 1916, 3,000 00 

Contingent expenses, 743 43 

Twenty-Ninth District — 

Patrick S. King, inspector, salary from 

Dec. 1, 1915, to Nov. 30, 1916, .... 3,000 00 

Contingent expenses, 489 24 

Thirtieth District— 

O. H. Crocker, inspector, salary from 

Dec. 1, 1915, to Nov. 30, 1916, 3,000 00 

Contingent expenses, 772 87 

Total, 1182,220 90 

COMPENSATION AND EXPENSES OF EXAMINERS OF 
MINE FOREMEN. 

Anthracite District. 

Thos. R. Thomas, |104 32 

Harry Fletcher, 105 04 

Isaac Smith, 101 44 

Patrick Killcullen, 112 24 

Thos. P. Corcoran, 104 32 

Leon Whaite, 151 55 

Harry Fletcher, 109 24 

Isaac Smith, 102 64 

Patrick Kilcnllen, 121 12 

Thos. F. Corcoran, 107 92 

Thos. B. Thomas, 138 62 

W. F. Lecol, 107 92 

Samuel Evans, 67 20 

William King, 61 60 

D. V. Randall, 60 00 

Charles J. Price, 45 05 

O. G. Zeigler, 60 00 ^ . 

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Expenditures of the Oommon wealth. Detailed Statement— Continued. 

T. R. Jones, 64 50 

William Becker, 62 16 

Idris Davis, 62 16 

Edith Fenton, 62 16 

P. C. Fenton, 46 05 

Joseph Paul Jennings, 65 40 

Wm. J, Jenkins, 60 00 

James W. Reese, 60 00 

Robert B. Phillips, 60 00 

Jenkin T. Reese, 41 50 

David Davis, 60 00 

H. E. Yewens, 60 00 

Patrick Cleary, 60 00 

May Maney, 60 00 

Benj. Maney, 16 00 

James J. McCarty, 70 80 

Thomas Grogan, 70 80 

John Evers, 70 80 

Fred W. Jennings, 60 00 

L. J. Jennings, 43 40 

Richard Beer, 60 00 

David R. Evans, 66 00 

John F. Roland, 60 00 

Sarah Moore, 60 00 

P. J. Moore 21 99 

Chas. H. Rohlands, 71 70 

James North, 67 20 

John O'Hara, 60 00 

David J. Roderick, Jr., 60 00 

David J. Roderick, Jr., .- 33 42 

H. J. Heffner, 60 00 

John Meredith, 64 00 

James Price, 64 00 

James O'Donnell, Jr., 60 00 

James A. O'Donnell, 51 00 

H. T. MacMillan, 60 00 

M. J. Ford, 61 00 

Frank Parks, 61 50 

H. McDonald, 60 00 

Robert Johnson, 48 10 

David Lloyd, 61 00 

Morgan E. Griffiths, 61 00 

Michael Cosgrove, 61 00 

David E. Jones, 61 00 

Augustus McDade, 17 05 

W. W. Williams, 60 70 

John Mahan, 60 70 

Peter Heinbach, 60 00 

Mary Lamb, 60 00 

A. B. Lamb, 23 75 

F. H. Kohlbraker, 60 00 



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Bxpenditnree of the Commonwealth. Detail^ Statement— Continued. 

Charles Bidenmiller, 63 20 

Joseph J. Walsh, 38 31 

William Anman, 65 40 

James D. McHugh, 62 40 

Lottie B. Evans, 60 00 

B. I. Evans, 55 85 

W. H. Holman, 65 40 

A. J. Bradley" 60 70 

Nicholas Davis, 60 70 

Annie Friel, 48 00 

P. J. Friel, ' 84 77 

Luke Stites, 61 80 

William Brennan, 61 80 

James J. Curran, 65 40 

Keran Donahue, 31 62 

James B. \eall 20 00 

Timothy Brennan, 37 60 

Henry Gotschall, 38 00 

Thomas Brennan, * 36 20 

M. J. Brennan, 58 78 

J. E. Henderson, 60 00 

Soloman Ely, 62 80 

Michael Flynn, Sr., , 60 00 

Charuncey Stickler, 60 00 

J. J. Stickler, 37 15 

John Humphries, 50 00 

John J. Hanlon, 93 72 

Patrick Dougherty, 164 28 

Daniel Bolton, 87 96 

James Gildea, 138 36 

Gilbert Jones, 61 00 

Thomas Thornton, 62 50 

Charies Sewanski, 61 25 

John J. McNeils, 61 00' 

John B. Corgan, 66 63 

H. G. Davis, 61 05 

Lewis R. Thomas, 61 30 

William H. Chappell 62 50 

Charies G. Seigel, 60 50 

D. T. Davis, 67 50 

Sheldon Jones, 61 40 

" George Raub, 63 50 

Patrick McGrane, 63 50 

Thomas J. Jones, . . . ; 65 60 

Frank Kettle, 28 36 

Samuel Morgan, 60 00 

D. L. Johns, 60 90 

J. H. Harris, 60 00 

Haydn D. Williams, 62 70 

Thomas J. Williams, 68 90 

Total, Digitized f7,783 '?§^^ 

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Expenditutos of the Commonwealth. Detailed Statement— Continued. 



Bituminous District. 

Richard Maize, |88 95 

Alexander Waugh, . ! 59 84 

John Greaves, 76 1 6 

John McKillop, 81 36 

Stella E. Ainstead, 20 25 

Wm. G. Johnston, 137 95 

Charles B. Maxwell, 67 90 

John Lyons, 90 10. 

Joseph Knapper, 12 47 

John W. Greaves, 68 15 

James Conway, 68 20 

K. D. Walsh 60 00 

P. J. Walsh, 36 17 

F. P. McFarland, 55 20 

F. G. McLaughin 55 80 

Effie M. Gunnett, 18 00 

Jos. Williams, 59 92 

John G. Bart, 63 00 

James J. Cantwell, 62 10 

W. M. Bird, 60 90 

P. L. King, 71 17 

Wm. Scott, 70 10 

John H. Pattison, 68 20 

Pearl Thompson, 30 00 

Thomas K. Thompson, 60 44 

L. P. McCaffrey, 61 35 

Lawrence Magdelene, 57 15 

James E. Lamb, 48 00 

P. J. Callaghan, 70 14 

John W. Harrison, 80 90 

Nicholas Evans, 31 28 

James Hart, 73 00 

Michael Girod, 66 00 

Edward E. Girod, 50 83 

John Hauser, 72 40 

John Smith, 72 30 

A. L. Bell, 60 00 

John P. Bell 51 69 

Michael Dooley, 62 80 

Harry C. Drum, 64 55 

M. J. Hoban, 30 00 

C. P. Byrne, 64 67 

Richard Maize, 96 35 

Louis Berkey, 85 75 

Bertha Cunningham, 74 10 

F. W. Cunningham, 38 22 

James G. Ferguson, 62 05 

John Walter, 61 66 

James J. Stoker, 55 42 

R. B. Dick, 65 30 

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No. 2. REPORT OB^ FINANCES. 60& 

Expenditures of the Commonwealth. Detailed Statement— ('ontinued. 

Harry M. Furniss, 114 00 

Thomas A. Furniss, ., 80 37 

James Henderson, 74 10 

Frank P. Kassler, 65 50 

George F. Langan, 26 70 

Wm. Langan, 58 62 

Samuel Smith, 62 95 

E. A. Watters, 67 25 

L. S. Young, 60 00 

David Young, 46 84 

Timothy McCarthy, 71 25 

John McKillop, ; 71 25 

Ray E. Brown, : 60 75 

Alen Mosteith, 50 17 

John T. Hoover, 30 00 

George Carr, 61 20 

Alice Roby, 33 00 

Isaac Q. Roby, 44 56 

J. W. Buckwalter, 86 60 

John O. Foster, 67 45 

Gladys Williams, 6 00 

Thos. D. Williams, 31 10 

Frank Naylor, 62 85 

Thomas Easton, 62 15 

Maude Clegg, 12 00 

Harry Phythyon, 38 22 

E. W. Filer, 51 (iO 

James E. Dickson, 43 10 

T. K. Adams, 23 47 

James Harvey, 66 35 

John Watson, 66 35 

Elias Phillips, 30 09 

John McClane, 60 00 

D. L. Moore, 60 00 

E. A. Ross, 48 00 

C. B. Ross, 41 62 

Hugh McLaughlin, 49 55 

C. W. Hall, 67 25 

L. L. McCanch, 72 00 

Alex McCanch, 56 62 

W. B. Wardrop, 72 30 

J. R. Balls, 60 60 

W. C. Lowther, 60 00 

Thos. S. Lowther, 58 24 

Robert H. Kay, 79 90 

Wm. J. Southers, 52 95 

Cuthbert C. Mather, 12 00 

Thomas A. Mather, 28 95 

James Porter, 62 25 

Alexander Waugh, 63 00 

Alexander Waugh, 19 00 

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610 AUDITOR GENEIlALf OF PENNSYLVANIA. Off. Doc. 

Expend itu -OS of tho Oommonwealth. Detailed 8tatement--€oQtiiiDed. 

John I. Pratt, 60 06 

J. O. Van Riper, 67 75 

Livinia Howarth, 60 00 

W. H. Howarth, 49 65 

C. W. Stewart, 72 25 

John Mosley, 81 90 

0. H. Croker, 43 95 

Harry Cattley, 69 45 

James Mains, 73 35 

Ella Bronchain, 52 60 

Chas. P. McGregor, 91 59 

W. E. Henderson, 60 25 

Robert Blackburn, 63 20 

Anna A. McDonald, 60 00 

J. J. McDonald, 61 42 

Total, 16,879 42 

CONTINGENT EXPENSES OF MINE INSPECTORS. 

John Kern, |55 00 

Davis Instniment Co., 4 00 

John Wanamaker, 123 50 

Total, 9182 50 

Counsel fees (Mine Department), 1,176 50 

Total, 1228,175 97 

RECAPITULATION . 

Salary of Chief, |5,000 00 

Clerk hire, 18,645 81 

Contingent expenses. Department 6,460 59 

Salaries and expenses mine inspectors, 182,038 40 

Compensation and expenses of examiners, 14,663 17 

Contingent expenses mine inspectors, . . 182 50 

Counsel fees, 1,176 50 

Total, ?228,175 97 

DEPARTMENT OF STATE POLICE. 
John C. Qroome, Superintendent, salary 

from Dec. 1, 1915, to Nov. 30, 1916, .\ |3,000 00 
George F. Lumb, Deputy Superintendent, 

salary from Dec. 1, 1915, to Nov. 30, 

1916, 2,499 96 

Clerk hire, from Dec. 1, 1915, to Nov. 

30, 1916, 3,600 00 

Salaries of officers and privates, from 

Dec. 1, 1915, to Nov. 30, 1016, 221,757 02 

Keep of horses, renewal of uniforms, 

equipment, rent of barracks, ex])enses, 

etc., 104,932 54 

Total, J336,789 52 

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No. 2. REPORT OF FINANCES. 611 

Expenditures ef the Commonwealth. Detailed Stutoment— Contlnned. 

STATE HIGHWAY DEPARTMENT. 

Robert J. Cunningham, State Highway 
Commissioner, salary from Dee. 1, 
1915, to April 30, 1916, |3,333 32 

Frank B. Black, State Highway Com- 
missioner, salary from July, 1916, to 
Nov. 30, 1916, 3,247 32 

Joseph W. Hunter, First Deputy Com- 
missioner, salary from Dec. 1, 1915, 
to Nov. 30, 1916, 6,000 00 

George H. Biles, Second Deputy Com- 
missioner, salary from Dec. 1, 1915, to 
Nov. 30, 1916, 6,000 00 

Wm. R. Main, Auditor, salary from Dec. 

1, 1915, to Nov. 30, 1916, 3,000 00 

Payment of salaries of chief engineer, of 
bridges, engineer of bridges, supt. of 
highways, asst. engineers, etc., 225,232 19 

Contingent expenses, 30,000 00 



Total, 276,812 84 

Automobile Division, 500,324 57 

3tate Highway construction and maintenance, 3,190,517 15 

State aid highways, 431,207 93 

Township road salary and expenses, 26,761 63 

Traveling expenses, 63,461 08 

Cumberland or National Road, 30,437 80 

TURNPIKE PURCHASE FUND. 

Purchase W. Kishacoquillas Valley 

Turnpike Road, |8,700 00 

Purchase Centre and Kishacoquillas 

Turnpike, 13,211 25 

Purchase Somerset and Johnstown 

Plank Road, 7,500 00 

Purchase Toll Roads in Routes No. 9 

and No. 168, in Lackawanna Co., .... 50,250 00 
Sundry items expense in connection with 

the purchase of above roads, 538 66 

Total, 80,199 91 

Experiments and test,, |8,740 76 

County road map survey, 23,891 36 

Total, $32,632 12 

TOWNSHIP ROAD TAX. 

Amounts paid to counties for the various townships that have 

abolished the work tax and collected cash road tax. 

.\dams county, f 8,471 26 

Allegheny county, 12,483 '^^ .^^ t 

Armstrong county, 14,251 02 jitized byLjOOglC 

Beaver county, 9,647 43 



612 AUDITOR GENERAL OF PENNSYLVANIA. Off. Doc. 

Expenditures of the Common wealth. Dctalh^d Statement— Continued. 

Bedford county, 10,501 35 

Berks county, 21,432 03 

Blair county, 6,765 49 

Bradford county, 20,099 05 

Bucks county, 17,031 11 

Butler county, 15,915 10 

Cambria county, 10,189 90 

Cameron county, 1,048 34 

Carbon county, 3,626 00 

Centre county, 8,768 65 

Chester county, 22,860 73 

Clarion county, 11,594 18 

Clearfield county, 14,710 67 

Clinton county, 4,731 70 

Columbia county, 8,747 37 

Crawford county, 17,974 36 

Cumberland county, 9,728 59 

Dauphin county, 8,138 19 

Delaware county, 2,760 17 

Elk county, ../, 4,918 82 

Erie county, 15,338 13 

Fayette county, 14,792 73 

Forest county, 2,689 85 

Franklin county, 11,308 80 

Fulton county, 2,946 51 

Greene county, 14,036 04 

Huntingdon county, 7,557 81 

Indiana county, /, 17,901 67 

Jefferson coun^, 9,842 56 

Juniata county, 4,666 17 

Lackawanna county, 5,316 43 

Lawrence county, 26,841 82 

Lancaster county, 8,039 77 

Lebanois county, 7',818 87 

Lehigh county, 10,335 78 

Luzerne county, .* 10,446 79 

Lycoming county, 10,573 25 

McKean county, 6,564 33 

Mercer county, 13,798 14 

Mifflin county, 4,236 71 

Monroe county, 7,392 94 

Montgomery county, 14,463 86 

Montour county 2,760 29 

Northampton county, 10,043 50 

Northumberland county, 8,659 41 

Perry county, f 6,128 48 

Pike county, 3,453 85 

Potter county, 7,729 24 

Schuylkill county, 11,272 25 

Snyder county, 5,528 25 

Somerset county, 18,566 17 f^^^^T^ 

Sullivan county* 4,513 20by^^^g^^ 



No. 2. REPORT OF FINANCES. 613 

ExpenditureH of the Commonwealth. Detailpd Rtatemeut— Continued. 

Susquehanna county, 11,300 27 

Tioga county, 16,027 05 

Union county, 4,562 76 

Venango county, •. 10,125 35 

Warren county, 9,222 11 

Washington county, 20,571 20 

Wayne county, 11,165 60 

Westmoreland county, 25,708 14 

Wyoming county, 5,727 65 

York county, 23,048 87 

Total, f 709,417 87 

DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC GROUNDS AND 
BUILDINGS. 

W. B. Rambo, Superintendent, salary 

from Dec. 1, 1915, to Nov. 30, 1916, f5,208 33 
Salaries of employes, from Dec. 1, 1915, 

to Nov. 30, 1916^ 160,841 30 

Ehnployes of Executive Mansion, from 

Dec. 1, 191'5, to Nov. 30, 1916, .... 5,907 56 
Emergency supplies and temporary 

help, 14,000 00 

Insurance premiums, 2,093 38 

RENT OF OFFICES AND ROOMS OUTSIDE OF CAPITOL. 

Allentown National Bank, Allentown, 

Pa., 462 50 

Bessemer Bldg., Pittsburgh, ..,. 622 51 

Bulletin Building, Phila., * 1,999 92 

Barber Hartman and Co., 300 00 

Brockerhoff Estate, 360 00 

Chambersburg Trust Co., 510 00 

Clearfield Trust Co., 268 33 

Deposit National Bank 125 00 

Emma F. Engle, Harrisburg, 1,200 00 

First National Bank, Bloomsburg, 390 00 

Franklin Trust Co., Franklin, Pa 494 00 

First National Bank, Wellsboro, Pa., . . 100 00 
Farmers Deposit National Bank, Pitts- 
burgh, 978 30 

Fil^t National Bank, Uniontown, Pa., . . 40 00 

Farr, John R., Scranton, Pa 655 00 

Harrisburg Masonic Temple Assn., 2,106 00 

Kunkel Building, Harrisburg, Pa., 2,194 00 

Kline, Geo. K 132 00 

Meyers, Geo. E., Pittsburgh, Pa., 2,950 00 

Montgomery, M. B., Washinsrton, Pa., . . 349 92 

Miller Bros, and Co., Harrisburg, Pa., . . 1,200 00 

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Mutual Life Insurance Co. of New York, 

Phila., Pa., 1,100 00 

North American Building, Phila., 1,684 43 

Orer, Frank J., Hollidaysburg, Pa., . . 165 00 

Phipps, J. S., H. C, and Howard, 207 50 

Perry, Edward, Phila., Pa., 600 00 

Pittsburgh Trust Co. Trustees, Pitt^ 

burgh, Pa., 600 00 

Penna. Railroad Co., Phila., Pa., 500 00 

Real Estate Trust Co., Phila., 900 00 

Security Title and Trust Co., York, Pa., 433 33 

Shaffer, Albert H., 1,233 34 

Scranton Savings and Dime Bank, 120 00 

Snyder, P. W., 247 00 

Standard Steel Works Co., Phila., Pa., 600 00 

Telegraph Building, Harrisburg, Pa., . . 6,393 20 
Union Trust Co. of Penna., Harrisburg, 

Pa., . 2,016 00 

Union National, Scranton, 633 33 

Woolworth, Frank W., Lancaster, Pa., 384 00 

Warren Savings Bank, Warren, Pa., . . 319 92 

Total, 1351,744 53 

BONDS FOR STATE OFFICIALS. 

Wm. P. Miller, Harrisburg, $557 34 

Merchants Trust Co., Greensburg, Pa., 17 70 

Miller, Harry A., 40 00 

Pennsylvania Surety Co., 2,230 83 

American Fidelity Co., * 241 30 

The Guarantee Co. of N. A., 514 82 

American Bonding Co., Baltimore, 30 00 

American Surety Co., New York, 172 45 

Globe Indemnity, New York, 347 08 

Ostermaier and Schneider, Pittsburgh, 25 00 

Cambria Trust Co., Johnstown, 30 00 

Phoenixville Trust Co., Phoenixville, . . 15 00 

Parnell Cowher and Co., 15 00 

Roberts, Edward G. and Co., 497 50 

Shaw, Howard, manager, 60 00 

Massachusetts Bonding and Ins. Co., . . 100 00 
Ogle and Walters, agents U. S. Fidelity 

and Guaranty Co., 15 00 

Edward Ball Agency, Pittsburgh, 45 00 ^ 

Williams and Likelay, Carbondale, 12 50 

Total, |4,966 52 

Advertising, |2,446 92 

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No. 2. RBPOET OF FINANCES. 

Expenditures of tlie Coromonwealth. Detailed Statement— Gontlaned. 

BOARD^S GENERAL FUND. 

Addressograph Co., |252 77 

Andermas, Albert, 44 46 

American Railway Engineering Assn., . . 1 50 

American Law Book Co, 52 50 

American Blower Co., 33 88 

American Electric Railway Assn., 3 50 

Art Metal Construction, 8,952 23 

Automatic Time Stamp, 199 40 

American Type Foundries Co., 311 85 

Atlantic Refining Co., 20 09 

American Multigraph Sales Co., 581 19 

Alberene Stone Co., 750 00 

American Meter Co., 8 25 

Allyn and Bacon, 1 67 

Boyd, W. H. Co., 2 50 

Bowman & Co., 414 76 

Brunot Bros., & Co., 35 36 

Bodner, H. A., 166 33 

Burroughs Adding Machine Co., 109 84 

Burdett-Roundtree Mfg. Co., 4 80 

Brenneman, J. D., 18 74 

Best Chemical Co., 27 50 

Boll Bros. Mfg. Co., 147 00 

Boyd, James Bro. and Co., Inc., 5 10 

Blake and Knowels Steam Pump Works, 38 08 

Berryhill Nursery Co., 7 50 

Brock Bros., Ill 00 

Brunner and Co., H. F., 203 50 

Bissel, George T., Co., 49 00 

Buchanan Supply Co., J. T., 193 78 

Bristol Co 79 16 

Burrows Mfg. Co., 49 50 

Biddle, James B., 71 85 

Bromley, G. W., and Co., 25 00 

Bruce Publishing Co., 1 50 

Coal and Heat Saving Co., 55 00 

Copper Eng. and Equip. Co., 459 00 

Colonial Film Co., 4,155 00 

Columbia Metal Box Co., 60 00 

Cushman and Dennison Mfg. Co., 72 10 

Cooper and Co., E. N., 96 35 

Capital Wall Cement Co., 38 50 

Cooper, Simon, 21 35 

Capitol Hardware and Supply Co., 12 00 

Castle, James M., 3 62 

Cotterel, David W., 1,109 10 

City of Harrisburg Water Dept., 86 00 

Collins Metalic Packing Co., 15 50 

Donaldson Paper Co., 279 70 

Dorretv, W. C, 102 00 

Darby and Sons Co., Edward, 95 00 "'"^ ^^ 



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Expondltiires of the Commonwealth. Detailed Statement— Continued. 

Douden Planing Mill Co., 169 74 

Duplicator Mfg. Co., 65 81 

Days, Isaac H., 200 00 

Daily Iron Trade, 10 00 

Dietzgen Engine Co., 60 60 

Duncan, Walter E., 775 00 

Dreer, Henry A., 30 00 

Durand Steel Locker Co., ^ 72 69 

Dives, Pomeroy and Stewart, 1,659 64 

Dauphin Electrical Supplies Co., 820 33 

Ehrman Mfg. Co., 41 25 

Elliott Fischer and Co., 73 20 

Economy Service Co., 14 75 

Engineer Co., 77 00 

Ensign, E. W., Inc., 3,959 00 

Ensminger Lumber Co., 419 00 

Elliott, B. K, Co., 2 70 

Fields Sons, Chas. J., 589 42 

Fogarty, Eugene J., 384 00 

Eager, Geo. C. and Sons, 10 25 

Fritz-La Rue, 1,125 21 

Federal Trade Service Cor., 3 00 

Fredrick R. Gerry Co., 7 60 

Frantz Premier Distributing Co., 56 25 

Guckes Bros, and Hall, 30 00 

Gurr, Harry, 21 50 

Gleason, E. P., Mfg. Co., 9 60 

Gross, E. Z., 6 90 

Greene Stephen Cou, 97 26 

Goldsmith, Jos., 528 80 

Gable, H. A., 17 75 

Gilbert and Sons, Henry, 697 96 

Globe-Wemick . Co., 343 20 

Gohls Paint Supply Co., 87 84 

H. R. Chemical Co., 75 00 

Harrisburg Electric Supply, 12 38 

Harrisburg Harness and Supply Co., . . 6 00 

Harrisburg Typewriter and Supply Co., 45 00 

Harrisburg Light and Power Co., 21 00 

Haines, Jones, Cadbury Co., 140 27 

Horn and Brannon Mfg. Co., 6 15 

Hammond Typewriter Co 72 90 

Haines, Alfred C, 161 61 

Harrisburg Mfg. and Boiler Co., 7 20 

Harrisburg Blue Print Co., 3 69 

Hollenbach, H. G., 40 00 

Haworth, John, -. 16 86 

Harrisburg Gas Co., 195 80 

High Grade Incandescent Lamp Co., ... 22 00 

Hoskins, Wm. H., 238 22 

Hickok Mfg. Co., The W. 0., 219 93 

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Expon.litures of the Commonwealth. DeUilod Statement— Continued. 

Index Visible, 1,516 20 

Individual Drinking Cup Co., 4 50 

Jaeckh Mfg. Co., 6 00 

James Spear Stove and Heating Co., . . 8 50 

Johnston, Paul, 357 42 

Johnston, Thos. H., 1 50 

J. L. Mott Iron Works, 5 25 

Jones, Robert Ross, 519 71 

Jackson Mfg. Co., 20 63 

Johnson Service Co., 12 91 

Krantz Mfg. Co., 174 00 

Kennedy, David E., Inc., 7 94 

Keeler and Co., E., 61 60 

Kline, Harry A., 134 65 

Kelley, H. M., and Co., ^. 18 00 

Keystone Rug Co., 119 88 

Keyless Lock Co., 107 50 

Kny-Scheerer Co., 4 08 

Kolesch and Co., 49 80 

Kueffel and Esser Co 3 60 

Kalamazoo Loose Leaf Binder Co., 203 20 

Kauffman's Underselling Store, 41 99 

Leeds and Northup Co., 19 90 

Logemann Bros. Co 32 50 

Lamson Co., 188 80 

Lawyers Co-operative Publishing, 45 00 

Library Bureau, 2,989 69 

Link Belt Co., 57 75 

La Salle Extension University, 10 00 

Lett, James, .- ! 57 75 

Lit, Samuel D., .^ 19 50 

Letter Shop, The, 345 02 

Longmann, Greene and Co., 4 36 

Middletown Furniture Co 150 00 

Mann, C. H., 286 76 

Mather Co., E., 213 46 

Manning, Warren II 116 50 

Mayer Publishing Co., 4 00 

McCambridge-Cooper Co., 18 75 

McVey, John Jos., 27 00 

MacMillan Co., 2 93 

Master Mechanics Co., 27 49 

Michell, Henry P., Co., 3 50 

McGraw Publishing Co., 10 00 

Nuss Manufacturing Co., 8 30 

National Radiator' Co., 156 48 

Niblo, W. E. and J. A., 50 00 

National Linseed Co., 43 65 

Newman Clock Co 3 00 

National Electric Light Assn., 10 00 

North Eastern Planing Mill Co., 119 00 

National Radiator Co., 19 98 .i^i^ed by GoOgk 



618 AUDITOR GENERAL OF PENNSYLVANIA. Off. Doc. 

Expenditures at tbo Coinmonwealth. Detailed Statement— Continued. 

Nason Mfg. Co., 

Otis Elevator Co., 

Opperman, Wm. H., 

O. K. Multigraphing Co., 

Phila. Printers Supply Co., 

Proudman, Joseph, 

Pottff, Geo. C, 

Pittsburgh Plate Glass Co., 

Pittsburgh Gage and Supply, 

Precision Machine .Co., 

Packard Motor Car Co., 

Powers Regulator Co., 

Proudfit Loose Leaf Co., 

Polston and Son, Jas. A., 

Penna. Bailroad Co., 

Publisher Railway Signal Engineers, . . 

Rapid Addressing Machine Co., 

Roberts and Meek, 

Rhoads, J. L., 

Rineard, D. H., 

Remppis, Wm. F., 

Regal Umbrella Co., 

Reach, A. L., Textile Co., 

Ryan Co., Walter, 

Rand McNally and Co., 

Rumsey Electric Co., 

Rainer, C. J., and Co., 

J. E. Rhoads, 

Richmond Radiator Co., 

Remington Typewriter Co., 

Skolink, M., 

Smith, George C, 

Schaum, John G., 

Standard Grate Bar Co., 

Standard Mfg. Co., 

Shaffer, P., 

Saltzgiver, J. C, 

Spencer Lans Co., 

Saffian, Leon., 

Stimpson, Edwin B. Co., 

Strause, Wm. & Co., 

Smith & Bros., L. C, Typewriter Co., . . 

Schell, Walter L., 

Strouse, Ben., 

Strominger & Ennis, 

Stewart Co., Frank H., 

Stroh, W. Scott, 

Strawbridge & Clothier, 

Shannon, J. Jacob Co., 

Sidney Tool Co., 

Slippy, J. C, 

Springer, George W., 



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123 19 


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231 68 


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400 00 


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325 50 


155 96 


24 00 


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15 35 


571 00 


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620 00 


83 75 


112 25 


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10 33 


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47 56 


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1,207 77 


699 88 


946 20 


80 12 


350 00 


71 78 


21 60 


150 00 


41 00 


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92 15 


313 35 


332 80 


174 91 


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Expenditures of th« Oommonwealtli. Detailed Statement— Continued. 

Simms, A. J., 9 00 

Smith, B3iiie & French, 78 00 

School of Commerce, 4 85 

Stephen Greene _Co., 115 20 

Standard Mfg. Co., 72 40 

Standard Elevator Interlock Co., 13 48 

Scherbul Art Shop, 15 00 

Silverman, S. & Co., 233 90 

Supt. of Documents, Washington, D. C, 1 50 

Signature Co., 5 00 

Tausig, J., Sons, 15 00 

Thompson, Wm. N., 500 00 

Traffic Law Book Co., 21 75 

Tabulating Machine Co., 876 40 

Togans, J. L., 14 00 

Thompson, Edward Co., 80 60 

Thomas, Arthur H., 17 79 

Vermont, Marble Co., 24 00 

Vacuum Cleaner & Construction Co., . . 2 47 

Underwood Typewriter Co., 750 90 

United Ice & Coal Co., 37 10 

Van Nostrand, D. C, 1 80 

Vanderloo, 10 00 

Wright, Tyndale & Van Roden, Inc., . . 363 25 

Warren Webster & Co., 20 00 

Ward's Natural Science Establishment, 303 92 

Walker & Kepler, 7 25 

Western Electric Co., 329 00 

Weil, J. H. Co., 46 32 

Witman Bros., 26 00 

Ward, Alfred L., 996 55 . 

Weldin, J. R. Co., 49 30 

Wood Publishing Co., 8 00 

Weber, P. & Co., 2 50 

Williams, Brown & Earle, 44 99 

Wannamaker, John, Co., 32 75 

Westinghouse Electric & Mfg. Co., 159 83 

Wyomond & Clark, 1 50 

Yawman & Erbe Mfg. Co., 171 90 

York Paint & Color Co., 330 00 

Yale & Towne Mfg. Co., 40 00 

Zeiders & Son, Wm. W., 437 74 

Total, 158,597 72 

GENERAL SUPPLIES. 

Atlantic Refining Co., |109 43 

Addressograph Co., 2,429 31 

American Multigraph Sales Co., 1,429 10 

Alderman, Albert, 1,333 06 

Art MeW Construction Co., 18,699 61 

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820 AUDITOR GENERAL OF PENNSYLVANIA. Off. Doc. 

Bxpendltoret of the Commonwealth. Detailed Statement— Continued. 



Atlantic Refining Co., 15 55 

American Mills End Co., 401 10 

Anchor Packing Co., 13 92 

American Wood Working Mcliy. Co., . . 4 80 

Bowman & Co., 1,129 64 

Boyd, Guy M., 28 00 

Boyd, W. H. Co., 240 00 

Belmont Packing & Rubber Co., 130 39 

Barnett & Sons, 29 82 

Boyd, James & Bro., 2 00 

Brelsford Packing & Storage Co., 42 11 

Bable, H. A., 14 40 

Buchanan Supply Co., J. F., 637 67 

Burrough's Adding Machine, 3,737 15 

Baker- Vawter Co., 44 80 

Bissel, George T. Co., 1,397 00 

Boyle, A. L. Co., 134 40 

Clement, Resteni Co., 267 72 

Chicago Flag & Decorating Co., 42 23 

Clinton & Co., E., 493 98 

Cotterel, David W., 10,723 12 

Cooper, Simon, 1,287 39 

Capital Hardware & Supply Co., 54 16 

Castle, James M., 242 67 

Central Construction Co., 28 34 

Critchfield, E. T., 237 50 

Colonial Film Co., 3,150 00 

Doubleday & Hill Electric Co., 385 22 

Donaldson Paper Co., 5,835 21 

Dives, Pomeroy & Stewart, 9,692 72 

Dauphin Electrical Supplies Co., 4,411 60 

DeHaan-Koshland Pen Co., 107 76 

Dalton Adding Machine Co 1,017 14 

Duplicator Mfg. Co., 288 00 

Dairyman's Mfg. Co 750 00 

Ensminger Lumber Co., 138 00 

Elliott Co. B. K 327 33 

Evans, Burtnett Co., 72 60 

Emery Mfg. Co., 326 80 

Elliott Fisher Co., 937 71 

Fields, Chas. J., Sons, 195 19 

S. A. Ferry Co., 2 50 

Fromever & Co 25 00 

Fuchs Max Co 159 42 

Goldsmith, Jos 26,068 70 

Gucker Bros. & Hall 1,632 65 

Gross, E. Z 488 54 

Gobi's Paint Supply 358 17 

Click, A. L 124 00 

Gilbert & Sons, Hcnrv^ 2,569 91 

Gable, H. A., *« 08 

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Bxpeuditiires of the Comraonwealtli. Detnile*! Statement— Continued. 



Greene, Stephen Co., 

Ginn & Co., 

Gaylord Bros., 

Gimble, Ellis A., 

Harrlsbnrg Hardware Co., 

Holmes Seed Co., 

Harrisburg Typewriter & Supply Co., . 

Haworth & Co., John, 

Hoskins, Wm. H., 

Harrisburg Light & Power Co., 

Harrisburg Electric ' Supply Co., 

Heath & Milligan Co., 

Hoover Furniture Co., Chas. F., 

Horstmann & Co., . •. , 

Harrisburg Box & Shook Co., 

Harrisburg Blue Print Co., 

Heaton & Wood, 

Harrisburg River Sand & Coal Co., . . 

Index Visible, Inc., 

Individual Drinking Cup Co., 

Johnston, Thos. H., 

Johnston, Paul, 

Jones, Robert Ross, 

Johnston Co., T. & J. W., 

Keystone Blue Paper Co., 

Kuy-Scheever Co., 

Keystone Supply Co., 

Kennedy, David E., Inc., 

Keefe, Eugene L., 

Kenny, John J., 

Kee Lox Mfg. Co., 

Lit, Samuel D., 

Little, A. P., 

Library ; Bureau 

Lebanon Electric Co., 

Lewis, George H., 

Lett, James, 

Latimer, Willis, 

Lucent Oil Co., 

Letter Shop, 

Lebo, E. N 

Lockhart Mfg. Co., 

Lukens, H. V., 

Libertv Mfg. Co 

Micheil Co., H. F., 

Mather Co., E., 

Mann, C. H., 

Murphy, Wm., Sons, 

McVey, John Jos 

New York Blue Print Paper Co 

National Ammonia Co., 

National Electric Light Assn., 



36 18 


1 66 


3 96 


9 33 


57 62 


16 38 


135 00 


194 22 


1,081 34 


65 75 


35 85 


511 85 


35 85 


267 00 


97 10 


260 32 


137 45 


4,333 52 


403 80 


29 00 


301 46 


7.591 64 


2,619 41 


10 35 


456 16 


110 01 


455 77 


1,888 74 


2 25 


199 50 


222 00 


316 85 


519 20 


3,007 25 


90 


202 48 


49 98 


11 25 


57 24 


111 25 


6 25 


5 08 


42 70 


36 00 


229 17 


384 96 


251 50 


1,508 53 


26 90 


317 41 


94 48 


37 34 



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AUDITOR GENERAL OF PENNSYLVANIA. 



Off. Doc. 



Expenditures of the Commonwealth. Detailed Statement— Oonlinaed. 



Noiseless Typewriter Co., 93 50 

Otis Elevator Co., 232 85 

Pittsburgh Plate Glass Co., 13 00 

Poulston, James A., 239 65 

People's Ice Co., 661 20 

Potts, George C, 1,307 16 

Proudtit Loose Leaf Co 132 25 

Pittsburgh Gage & Supply Co 4 80 

Roberts & Meek, 2,552 26 

Revere Rubber Co., 1,978 03 

Rainear, C. J., & Co 581 72 

Roberts, H. C, Electric Supply Co., 177 00 

Remington Typewriter Co., .\ 18,163 38 

Royal Typewriter Co., 1,259 70 

Rhoads, J. E., 21 70 

Rapid Addressing Machine Co., 14 00 

Rineard, D. H., 647 48 

Smith & Bros. Typewriter Co. L. C, . . 919 21 

Strouse, Ben, /, 1,247 18 

Slonaker, E. B., 40 80 

Stites, Frank C, P. M., 37 50 

Stewart Electric Co., Frank H., 196 51 

Strawbridge & Clothier, 24 10 

Strouse, Wm., & Co., ' 96 

Swift & Co., 40 53 

Stroh, Filling & Weiner 571 78 

Stroh, W. Scott 17 60 

Singer Sewing Machine Co., 46 40 

Schell, Walter S., 709 96 

Stroh Brothers, 4,961 40 

Togans, J. L., 16 00 

Thomas, Arthur H., 142 27 

Tabulating Machine Co., 2,842 83 

Technical Supply Co., 71 95 

Tousig, Jacob, Sons, 237 00 

Todd. G. W. & Co 68 60 

United Ice & Coal Co 2,000 73 

United States Paper Mills, 232 50 

Underwood T^^pewriter Co 8,762 86 

Vacuum Cleaner Construction Co 4 50 

Weiner & Filling Co., 1,915 70 

Wieseman, Chas 85 00 

Williams, Clayton, 1,387 50 

Ward's Natural Science School 24 19 

Wonder Polish Co 16 50 

Warley Co., Thos. C 46 88 

Weber, F. & Co., 44 51 

Wanamaker, John, 373 80 

Wittemeyer Lumber Co 4,352 63 

Western Electric Co., ,', 247 45 

Weil & Co., J. H 2.186 65 

Witman Bros., 2,707 27 ^ . 

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No. 2. BEPORT OF FINANCES. «23 

BxpendltoTM of tbtt Oommonwealth. Detailed Statement— Continaed. 

Williams, Brown & Earle, 320 23 

Waterer, Hosea, 37 50 

Willis Latimer, 45 

Yawman & Erbe Mfg. Co., 39 43 

York Paint & Color Co., 3,874 46 

Zeiders & Son, Wm. W., 297 67 

Total, 1203,555 61 

MISCELLANEOUS EXPENSES. 
Electric light, power and Steam out- 
side of Capitol, 17,218 87 

Water, - 4,042 13 

Telephone service, 41,786 99 

New State Arsenal, main building, . . . 35,764 35 

Mural and art paintings, 5,500 00 

Total, ?94,3\2 34 

BOARD OF PUBLIC GROUNDS AND BUILDINGS. 

A. W. Powell, Member, salary from 

Dec. 1, 1915, to Nov. 30, 1916, |600 00 

R. K. Young, Member, salary from Dec. 

1, 1915, to Nov. 30, 1916, 625 00 

C. P. Rogers, Jr., Secretary, salary 

from Dec. 1, 1915, to Feb. 29, 1916, . . 300 00 

L. W. Mitchell, Secretary, salarv from 

March 1, 1916, to Nov. 30, 1916, .... 450 00 

B. P. Smeltzer, stenographer, salary 

from Dec. 1, 1915, to Nov. 30, 1916, . . 199 92 

Total, f 2,174 92 

Highway bridges, f55,292 56 

RECAPITULATION . 

Salaries, f 171,957 19 

Contingent expenses, 14,000 00 

Insurance, 2,093 38 

Rent of oflSces outside, 35,744 53 

Bonds for State officials, 4,966 52 

Advertising, \ 2,446 92 

Board's General Fund, 58,597 72 

General supplies 203,555 61 

Electric light and power outside, 7,218 87 

Water, 4,042 13 

Telephone services 41,786 99 

New Arsenal buildiiip; 35,764 35 

Mural and art paintini^s, 5,500 00 

Board of Public Grounds and Buildings, 2,174 92 

Bridges, 55,292 56 

Total, 1645,141 69 

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82* AUDITOR GENERAL OF PENNSYLVANIA. Off. Doc. 

Expenditures of the Commonwealth. Dctoiled Statement— Continued. 

STATE REPORTER. 

William I. Schaffer, State Rporter, sal- 
ary from Dec. 1, 1915, to Nov. 30, 1916, $6,250 00 

Albert B. Weimer, Ass't State Reporter, 
salary from Dec. 1, 1915, to Nov. 30, 
1916, 3^000 00 

Contingent expenses from Dec. 1, 1915, 

to Nov. 30, 1916, 3,527 25 

Total, ?12,777 25 



STATE LIBRARY. 

Thomas L. Montgomery, State Libra- 
rian, salary from Dec. 1, 1915, to Nov. 

30, 1916, , ?4,500 00 

Norman D. Gray, 1st Ass't Librarian, 
salary from Dec. 1, 1915, to Nov. 30, 

1916, 2,499 96 

A. Coleman Scheet^, 2nd Ass't Libra- 
roan, salary from Dec. 1, 1915, to Nov. 

30, 1916, ' : 1,999 92 

Clerk hire, salaries from Dec. 1, 1915, to 

Nov. 30, 1916, 15,831 39 

Incidental expenses, 2,107 00 

Law books, 2,161 96 

Miscellaneous books, 7,103 94 

Newspapers, 600 00 

Division of Public Records, 5,960 00 

Expenses of Penna. Federation of His- 
torical Societies, 500 00 

Binding books, 2,167 45 

Total Library, f45,431 62 

PENNSYLVANIA FREE LIBRARY COMMISSION. 

Salaries of employes from Dec. 1, 1915, 

to Nov. 30, 1916, ?7,920 00 

Traveling expenses, 746 53 

Contingent expenses, 2,747 19 

Total Free Library Commission, f 11,413 72 

STATE MUSEUM. 

Salaries of jemploves and expenses from 

Dec. 1, 1915, to"^ Nov. 30, 1916, $11,998 50 

Purchase of lantern slides, 1,040 00 

Total State Museum, |13,038 50 

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No. 2. REPORT OF FINANCES. «25 

Bxpenditures of the Commonwealth. Detailed Statement— Continued. 
RECAPITULATION . 

State LihrsLry, f 45,431 62 

Penna. Free Library Commission, 11,413 72 

State Museum, 13,038 50 

Grand total, ; ?69,883 84 

LEGISLATIVE REFERENCE BUREAU. 

James N. Moore, Director, salary from 
Dec. 1, 1915, to Nov. 30, 1916, $4,999 92 

James McCurdy, Ass't Director, salary 

from Dec. 1, 1915, to Nov. 30, 1916,. . 3,999 96 

Clerk hire from Dec. 1, 1915, to Nov. 

30, 1916, 6,399 84 

Maintenance and incidental expenses, . . 3,000 00 

Compilation Division, salaries and ex- 
penses, Dec. 1, 1915, to Nov. 30, 1916, 7,000 00 



Total, ?25,399 72 



BOARD OF GAME COMMISSIONERS. 

Joseph Kalbfus, Secretary and Chief 

Game Protector, salary from Dec. 1, 

1915, to Nov. 30, 1916, f3,000 00 

Game protectors and clerks, salaries 

from Dec, 1, 1915, to Nov. 80, 1016,. . 56,763 81 

Traveling and necessary expenses, 44,838 34 

Establishing additional game presrves,. 43,910 15 

Game fines, 20 00 

Total, 1148,532 30 

PAYMENT OF BOUNTIES FOR THE DESTRUCTION OF 
NOXIOUS ANIMALS. 

Adams county, f 2,630 00 

Allegheny county, 885 50 

Armstrong county, 659 50 

Beaver county 10 00 

Bedford county, 7,121 00 

Berks county, ^ 2,207 50 

Blair county, 3,200 00 

Bradford county, 39 00 

Burks county, ! 3,220 00 

Butler county 6,237 50 

Cambria county, 108 00 

Cameron county, 866 50 

Carbon county, 822 50 

Pf^ntre county 4,968 00 

Chester coun'tv 4,290 00 C^r^r^n]r 

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626 AUDITOR GENERAL OP PENNSYLVANIA. Off. Doc. 

Sxpenditures of the OommonwealUi. Dotailcd Statement— Contiuned. 

Clarion county, 7,987 00 

Clearfield county, 6,202 50 

Clinton county, 1,848 50 

Columbia county, 4,047 00 

Crawford county, 69 00 

Cumberland county, 2,574 50 

Dauphin county, 1,320 00 

Delaware county, 342 50 

Elk county, 3,990 00 

Erie county, 2,359 00 

Payette county, 110 00 

Forest county, 1,730 50 

Franklin county, 3,110 00 

Fulton county, 1,949 50 

Greene county, 1,242 50 

Huntingdon county, 148 00 

Indiana county, 7,970 50 

Jefferson county, 2,672 00 

Juniata county, 2,537 50 

Lackawanna county, 141 00 

Lancaster county, 3,440 00 

X^awrence county, 4,088 00 

Lebanon county, 976 50 

Lehigh county, 1,947 50 

Luzerne county, 232 00 

Lycoming county, 3,930 50 

McKean county, 518 00 

Mercer countv, 189 00 

Miffiin county, 2,435 00 

Monroe county, 2,004 50 

Montgomery county, 1,466 00 

Montour county, 591 50 

Northampton county, 1,632 50 

Northumberland countv, 3,210 00 

Perry county, \ 2,331 00 

Pike county, 104 00 

Potter county, 5,341 00 

Schuylkill countv, 2,599 00 

Snyder county, 2,954 00 

Somerset countv, 448 00 

Sullivan county, 1,420 00 

Susquehanna countv 3,380 00 

Tioga county, .,,^ 4,609 00 

Union counly, 1,841 50 

Venango county, 8,898 00 

Warren county, 4,238 00 

Washington county, 2,761 50 

Wayne county 3,464 00 

Westmoreland county, 8,793 50 

Wvoming countv 2,086 50 

York county, ,", 2,603 00 

Total, "J^J^f, '/PSt74,149 60 



No. 2. REPORT OF FINANCES. 827 

Expenditures of tlift Commonwealth. Detailed Statement— Continued. 

FUND FOR THE PAYMENT OF BOUNTIES. 

Adams county, |730 50 

Allegheny county, 681 00 

Armstrong county, 897 00 

Beaver county, 213 00 

Bedford county, 1,325 00 

Berks county, 729 00 

Blair county, 565 00 

Bradford county, 2,240 00 

Bucks county, 745 00 

Butier county, 1,224 00 

Cambria county, 913 00 

Cameron county, 451 00 

Carbon county, 263 00 

Centre county, 1,323 00 

Chester county, 675 00 

Clarion county, 1,277 00 

Clearfield county, 1,819 00 

Clinton county, 1,028 00 

Columbia county, 977 00 

Crawford county, 1,445 00 

Cumberland county, 495 00 

Dauphin county, 504 00 

Delaware county, 40 00 

Elk county, 1,036 00 

Erie county, 811 00 

Fayette county, 646 00 

Forest county, 667 00 

Franklin county, 514 00 

Fulton county, 471 00 

Greene county, 157 00 

Huntingdon county, 6,729 50 

Indiana countj'^ 1,010 00 

Jefferson county, 1,092 00 

Juniata county, 478 00 

Lackawanna county, 550 00 

Lancaster county, . 713 00 

Lawrence county, 374 00 

Lebanon county, 213 00 

Lehigh county, 240 00 

Luzerne county, 3,041 00 

Lvcoming county, 1,356 50 

McKean countj^ 1,254 00 

Mercer county, 676 00 

Mifflin county, 583 00 

Monroe county, 936 00 

Montgomery county, 678 00 

Montour county, 168 00 

Northampton county 325 00 

Northumberland county, 328 00 

Perry county, 843 00 

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028 AUDITOR GENERAL OF PENNSYLVANIA. Off. Doc. 

Exponditnres of thu Commonwealth. Detailed Statement— Continued. 

Philadelphia county, 22 00 

Pike county, 1,496 50 

Potter county, 1,856 00 

Schuylkill county, 858 00 

Snyder county, 922 50 

Somerset county, 1,572 00 

Sullivan county, 783 00 

Susquehanna county, 993 00 

Tioga county, 1,656 00 

Union county, 335 00 

Venango county, 646 00 

Warren county, 836 00 

Washington county, 183 00 

Wayne county, 1,096 00 

Westmoreland county, 958 00 

Wyoming county, 932 00 

York county, 964 00 

Compiling game, fish and forestry laws, 300 00 

Postage, Bounty Division, 1,420 00 

Pay roll, Bounty Division, 3,715 50 

Total, ?67,998 00 



BOARD OF REVENUE COMMISSIONERS. 

Cyrus E. Wood, Secretary of the Com- 
monwealth, salary from Dec. 1, 1915, 
to Nov. 30, 1916, ?300 00 

A. W. Powell, Auditor General, salary 

from Dec. 1, 1915, to Nov. 30, 1916,. . 300 00 

R. K. Young, State Treasurer, salary 
salary from Dec. 1, 1915, to Nov. 30, 
1916, : 312 50 

C. W. Myers, -clerk, salary from Dec. 1, 
1915, to Nov. 30, 1916, 999 96 

Total, 11,912 46 

COMMISSIONERS OF THE SINKING FUND. 

Cyrus E. Wood, Secretary of the Com- 
monwealth, salary from Dec. 1, 1915, 
to Nov. 30, 1916, f 300 00 

A. W. Powell, Auditor General, salary 
from Dec. 1, 1915, to Nov. 30, 1916,. . 300 00 

R. K. Young, State Treasurer, salary 
from Dec. 1, 1915, to Nov. 30, 1916,. . 312 50 

Thomas H. Crichton, clerk, salary from 

from Dec. 1, 1915, to Nov. 30, 1916,. . 1,083 30 

Total, 11,995 80 

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No. 2. REPORT OF FINANCES. a» 

Expenditures of the Commonwealth. Detailed Statement— Continued. 

PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION. 

Wm. D. B. Ainey, Chairman, salaiy 

from Dec. 1, 1915, to Nov. 30, 1916,. . $10,937 50 
Samuel W. Pennypacker, Commissioner, 

salary from Dec. 1, 1915, to Sept. 2, 

1916, 7,970 43 

John S. Rilling, Commissioner, salary 

from Dec. 1, 1915, to Nov. 30, 1916,. . 10,416 67 
William A. Magee, Commissioner, salary 

from Dec. 1, 1915, to Nov. 30, 1916,. . 10,416 67 
Milton J. Brecht, Commissioner, salary 

from Dec. 1, 1915, to Nov. 30, 1916,. . 10,416 67 
John Monaghan,^ Commissioner, salary 

from Dec. 1, 1915, to July, 1916, 6,166 68 

James Alcorn, salary from July to Nov. 

30, 1916, 4,166 66 

Michael J. Ryan, Commissioner, salary 

from Feb., 1916, to Nov. 30, 1916, . . 8,521 50 

Contingent expenses, 62,851 84 

Clerk hire from Dec. 1, 1915, to Nov. 30, 

1916, 128,961 02 

Laboratory equipment, 5,001 78 

Total, 1265,827 42 

SOLDIERS' ORPHANS SCHOOLS. 

Education, maintenance and repairs, . . $85,632 93 

Clerk hire, 3,030 00 

Contingent expenses, 1,000 00 

Total, $89,662 93 

WATER SUPPLY COMMISSION. 
SALARIES OF MEMBERS OF COMMISSION. 
Thomas J. Lynch, salary from Dec. 1, 

1915, to Nov. 30, 1916, $3,000 00 

Oliver S. Kelsey, salary from Dec. 1, 

1915, to Nov. 30, 1916, 3,000 00 

Robert A. Zentmyer, salary from Dec. 1, 

1915, to Nov. 30, 1916, 3,000 00 

Salaries of employes, Dec. 1, 1915, to 

Nov. 30, 1916, 41,778 83 

Contingent expenses, 500 00 

Erection of dam at Pymatuning Swamp, 14,684 39 
Completion of dikes along Delaware 

River, 1,674 46 

Examination of dams and encroachments, 7,946 87 

Stream gauging, etc., 8,171 44 

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e30 AUDITOR GENERAL OF PENNSYLVANIA. Off. Doc. 

E:(penditures of the Commonwealth. Detailed Statement— Contlniied. 

CAPITAL PAKK EXTENSION COMMISSION. 

Pay roll, . : f 10,233 43 

Purchase of property : 

V. I. Walter, $4,950 00 

Bernard Lloyd, et al., 3,300 00 

St. Lawrence Church, 125,000 00 

Eleanor E. Brown, 16,250 00 

Patrick Driscoll, 7,000 00 

Catherine McKee, et al., . . . 9,100 00 

Alice H. Auer, et al., 6,750 00 

Anna C. Doehne, 5,000 00 

A. B. Shellenberger, 67,000 00 

A. & A. Schutzenbach, .... 23,000 00 

M. A. & H. L. Dean, 1,600 00 

Ellis Levin, . . .• 1,700 00 

Jacob Morch, 3,800 00 

M. L. Grautner, 19,000 00 

Chas. D. Stucker, 1,850 00 

Williams Heirs, 1,250 00 

Lewis Baturin, 12,000 00 

Scott Heirs, 700 00 

No. 61, Section B, 1,650 00 

Felix Cunningham, 5,500 00 

Purchase of property, $316,400 00 

Total, 1326,633 43 

RBOAPrrULATION . 

Pay roll, f 10,233 43 

Purchase of property, 316,400 00 

Total, 1326,633 43 



COMMISSIONERS OF NAVIGATION. 

Salaries of employes, |18,880 00 

Expenses of office and boat, 11,125 47 

Total, 130,005 47 



STATE QUARANTINE BOARD. 

H. D. Heller, Quarantine Physician, sal- 
ary from Dec. 1, 1915, to Nov. 30, 1916, $4,999 92 

W. J. Whitehouse, I>ep't. Quarantine 
Physician, salary from Dec. 1, 1915, 
to Nov. 30, 1916, 1,999 92 



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No. 2. REPORT OF FINANCES. <B1 

Xixpenditiic?s of tba Commonwefllth. Detailed Statement— ContlcnDd. 

Leon Gottschalk, Dep't. Quarantine 

Physician, salary from Dec. 1, 1915, 

to Nov. 30, 1916, 1,999 92 

Eli Lambert, Messenger, salary from 

Dec. 1, 1915, to Nov. 30, 1916, 999 96 

Casper Gk)sner, Vessel Permit Clerk, 

salary from Dec. 1, 1915, to Nov. 30, 

1916, 1,250 00 

Chas. H. Heustis, Health Officer, salary 

from Dec. 1, 1915, to Nov. 30, 1916,. . 6,250 00 

Contingent expenses, health officer, .... 897 7B 

Maintenance, improvements, clerk hire 

and expenses, 30,458 85 

Total, ?48,856 32 



BOARD OF PARDONS. 

Prank B. McClain, Lieutenant Gover- 
nor, meAber, salary from Dec. 1, 1915, 
to Nov. 30, 1916, 1499 93 

Cvrus E. Woods, member, salary from 
Dec. 1, 1915, to Nov. 30, 1916, 500 00 

Francis Shunk Brown, member, salary 
from Dec. 1, 1915, to Nov. 30, 1916,. . 520 75 

Henry Houck, member, salary from 
Dec. 1, 1915, to Nov. 30, 1916, 499 94 

Clerk hire, 2,977 74 

Contingent expenses, 400 00 

Total, 15,398 36 



STATE WORKMEN'S INSURANCE BOARD. 

Pay roll of employes, Dec. 1, 1915, to 
Nov. 30, 1916, $77,300 66 

Contingent and traveling expenses, 40,810 72 

Compensation to injured employes of 
Pennsylvania, 2,000 00 

Total, 1120,111 38 



STATE BOARD OF CENSORS. 

J. Louis Breitinger, Chairman, salary 

from Dec. 1, 1915, to Nov. 30, 1916,. . ?3,000 00 

Mrs. E. C. Niver, Vice Chairman, salary 
from Dec. 1, 1915, to Nov. 30, 1916,. . 2,499 96 

Dr. Ellis P. Oberholtzer, Secretary, sal- 
ary from Dec. 1, 1915, to Nov. 30, 1916, 2,400 00 



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632 AUDITOR GENERAL OF PENNSYLVANIA. Off. Doc. 

Expenditures of the Commonwealth. Detailed Statement— Continued. 

Salaries of additional clerks from Dec. 
1, 1915, to Nov. 30, 1916, 4,271 96 

Salaries of assistant clerks and em- 
ployes from Dec. 1, 1915, to Nov. 30, 
1916, 24,880 87 

Contingent and traveling expenses, 4,926 71 

Total, 141,979 50 

BOARD OF PUBLIC CHARITIES. 

Bromley Wharton, Gen. Agent and Sec- 
retary, salary from Dec. 1, 1915, to 
Nov. 30, 1916, ?4,999 92 

Frank Woodbury, Sec. Committee on 
Lunacy, salary from Dec. 1, 1915, to 
Nov. 30, 1916, 4,999 92 

Salaries of Asst. Gen. Agents and 
Clerks, from Dec. 1, 1915, to Nov. 30, 
1916 21,673 85 ^ 

Traveling and incidental expenses, . . . 7,631 04 

Services of architects, 250 00 

Total, »39,554 73 



COMMISSIONS. 

Lake Erie & Ohio River Canal : 
Pay roll from Dec. 1, 1915, 

to Nov. 30, 1916, 123,294 54 

Expenses of commission,.. 11,701 58 ?34,996 12 

Economy and Efficiency Commission : 
Salaries of clerks, bookkeepers, stenog- 
raphers and other employes neces- 
' sary to carry out the work of the 
commission, 10,562 13 

Valley Forge Park Commission: 

Maintenance, etc., 18,436 13 

Roads, 19,951 12 

Expenses, 495 10 

Purchase of trees, seeds, fer- 
tilizers, etc., 265 33 

Restoration of forts and re- 
doubts, etc., 1,798 17 

Purchase of land, 29,775 85 

Purchase of cannon, can- 
non carriers and markers, 2,491 50 73,213 20 

To investigate and I'eport increase in 

cost of anthracite coal, 1,300 97 

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No. 2 REPORT OF FINANCES. 633 

Expenditures of the Commonwealth. Detailed Statement— Couttnued. 

To provide for survey of Militia Hill and 
Fort Hill as a site for public park, . . 3,792 25 

Prison Labor Commission: 
Purchase of material, equip- 
ment and machinery, . . . 38,207 22 
Olerk hire, traveling and 
contingent expenses, . . . 4,681 50 42,888 72 

Printing Report of Commission to con- 
sider the amendment to the penal 
laws, 105 56 

Erection of Memorial to Gen. Geo. Gor- 
don Meade, expenses, 3,861 76 

Robert Morris Monument Commission, 
expenses, 1,666 70 

Gettysburg Battlefield Memorial Com- 
mission, expenses, 400 57 

Pennsylvania Historical Commission, 
expenses, 2,224 04 

State Industrial Home for Women, ex- 
penses, 111,253 64 

Engineers Commission, expenses, 200 00 

Centennial Anniversary of Battle of 
Lake Erie, expenses, 1,000 00 

State Village for Feeble Minded Women, 
expenses, 22,424 57 

Penna. Anthracite Mine Cave Commis- 
sion, expenses, 2,948 65 

Independence Day Celebration Commis- 
sion, expenses, 898 61 

Commission to codify and revise law of 
decedents' estates, expenses, 4,553 09 

National Commission on Uniformity of 
Legislation, expenses, 746 61 

For the erection at Carlisle of a monu- 
ment to commemorate the memory of 
the heroine of the Battlefield of Mon- 
mouth, 1778, known in history as 
Molly Pitcher, expenses, 6,671 75 

Total, 1325,708 94 

RECAPITULATION. 

Lake Erie & Ohio River Canal, $34,996 12 

Economy and Efficiency Commission,. . 10,562 13 

Valley Forge Park, T 73,213 20 

Investigate Increase in Cost of Anthra- 
cite Coal, 1,300 97 

Survey Militia and Fort Hill, 3,792 25 

Prison Labor Commission, 42,888 72 

Amendment to Penal Laws, 105 56 



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634 AUDITOR GENERAL OF PENNSYLVANIA. Off. Doc. 

BxpenditureB of tbe Oommonwcftltb. Detailed Statement— Contlnned'. 

Memorial to Gen. Greorge Gordon Meade, 3,861 76 
Robert Morris Monument Commission,. 1,666 70 
Gettysburg Battlefield Memorial Com- 
mission, 400 57 

Pennsylvania Historical Commission, . . 2,224 04 

State Industrial Home for Women, . . . 111,253 64 

Engineers Commission, 200 00 

Centennial Anniversary Battle of Lake 

Erie, 1,000 00 

State Village of Feeble Minded Women, 22,424 57 

Anthracite Mine Cave Commission, . . . 2,948 65 

Independence Day Celebration, 898 61 

Law to Codify and Revise Decedents' 

Estates, 4,553 09 

Commission on Uniformity of Legisla- 
tion, 746 61 

Molly Pitcher Monument, 6,671 75 

Grand total commissions, 1325,708 94 

PENITENTIARIES. 

Eastern State Penitentiary, Phila., Pa. : 

Salaries, stationery, repairs, 

supplies, parole work, 

etc., ?115,204 39 

Gratuities and clothing for 

discharged convicts, .... 9,203 78 |124,407 67 

Western Penitentiary, Pittsburgh, Pa.: 

Salaries, stationery, repairs, 

supplies, parole work, 

etc., ipi65,062 09 

Gratuities and clothing for 

discharged prisoners, . . . 7,430 00 172,492 09 

New Western Penitentiary, Centre Co.: 

Expenditures for the erection of the 
new penitentiary, 223,651 28 

RECAPITUIiATION . 

Eastern Penitentiary, $124,407 67 

Western Penitentiary, 172,492 09 

New Western Penitentiary, 223,651 28 

Grand total, ?520,55l 04 

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No. 2. REPORT OF FINANCES. 635 

Bxpenditures of tbo Commonwealth. Detailed Statement— Continaed^^ 

REFORMATORIES. 

Glen Mills School, Philadelphia, Pa, : 

Maintenance, f 141,746 09 

Erection, furnish equipment school 

house for girls, 18,253 88 

Enlargement and improvement of 

sewage disposal, 5,782 08 

Extension of sewage, electric light and 

hospital, boys, department, 9,361 93 

Pennsylvania Industrial Reformatory, 
Huntingdon, Pa. : 
Salaries, Insurance, stationery, sup- 
plies, etc., 118,596 19 

Machinery, equipment, etc., for trade 

school, 1,948 07 

Repairs and improvements, 1,546 38 

Refrigerating and ice machine plant,. 3,200 00 

Gratuities, 5,700 00 

Lectures and entertainments, 320 00 

Pennsylvania Training School, Mor- 
ganza, Pa. : 

Salaries, insurance, instruction, etc.,. 47,363 53 

Resident physician, nurses and pa- 
role board, 4,507 24 

Building two cottages, 23,887 17 

Erection industrial group, 8,620 12 

Fire hydrants, equipment, electric 
light, steam heat, etc., 31,286 64 

Library books, . .* 57 46 

Total Reformatories, |422,176 78 



STATE AND COUNTY HOSPITALS FOR THE INSANE. 

Adams County Hospital for the Insane, 
Gettysburg, Pa. : 
Care and treatment of indigent insane, ?3,158 29 

Allegheny County Hospital for the In- 
sane, Woodville, Pa.: 
Care and treatment of indigent insane, 93,749 43 

Allegheny City Home and Asylum, 
Claremont, Pa. : 
Care and treatment of indigent insane, 21,979 14 

Pittsburgh Hospital for the Insane, 
Marshal Sea, Pa. : 
Care and treatment of indigent insane, 63,950 85 



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Expenditures of the Commonwealth. Detailed Statement— Continued. 

Blair County Hospital for the Insane, 
Hollidaysburg, Pa.: 
Care and treatment of indigent insane, 26,914 86 

Chester County Hospital for the In- 
sane, Embreeville, Pa.: 
Care and treatment of indigent insane, 28,898 56 

Cumberland County Hospital for the 
sane, Carlisle, Pa. : 
Care and treatment of indigent insane, 8,183 14 

Dixmont Hospital for the Insane, Dix- 
mont. Pa.: 
Care and treatment of indigent insane, • 125,240 54 

Elk County Hospital for the Insane, St. 
Mary's, Pa.: 
Care and treatment of indigent insane, 3,434 56 

Erie County Hospital for the Insane, 
Erie, Pa.: 
Care and treatment of indigent insane, 2,194 28 

Franklin County Hospital for the In- 
sane, Chambersburg, Pa.; 
Care and treatment of indigent insane, 4,699 42 

Homeopathic State Hospital for the In- 
sane, Allen town. Pa. : 

Care and treatment of indigent insane, 124,603 98 

Improvement and repairs to farm 
buildings, 718 58 

Electric connections at farm build- 
ings, 2,080 37 

Moving, repairing, equipping two 
houses with heat, water, etc., 760 17 

Purchasing and placing material for 

walks, 1,906 93 

Construction of sewerage line, 769 17 

Purchase of engine and boiler rooms, 
safety devices, etc., 799 50 

Completion of reception building "V," 24,448 24 

Completion of nurses home for men,. 6,570 53 

Erection and construction of garage, 1,227 58 

Insurance, 8,258 40 

Two tubercular buildings and fur- 
nishings, 9,719 57 

Purchase of "A. C." generating 
equipment, 3,059 84 

Isolation cottage and furnishings, . . 152 27 

Piggery, 374 09 



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Expenditures of tbe Commonwealth. Detailed Statement— Continued. 

Jefferson County Hospital for the In- 
sane, Brookville, Pa.: 
Care and treatment of indigent insane, 4,365 72 

Lackawanna County Hospital for the 
Insane, Clark Summit, Pa. : 
Care and treatment of indigent insane, 49,727 71 

Lackawanna County Hospital for the 
Insane, Olyphant, Pa.: 
Care and treatment of indigent insane^ 10,004 27 

Lancaster County Hospital for the In- 
sane, Lancaster, Pa. : 
Care and treatment of indigent insane, 31,911 42 

Luzerne County Hospital for the In- 
sane, Retreat, Pa. : 
Care and treatment of indigent insane, 63,691 40 

Mercer County Hospital for the Insane, 
Mercer, Pa. : 
Care and treatment of indigent insane, 14,328 00 

Potter County Hospital for the Insane, 
Coudersport, Pa. : 
Care and treatment of indigent insane, 3,930 57 

Philadelphia Hospital for the Insane, 
Philadelphia, Pa. : 
Care and treatment of indigent insane, 181,639 13 

Pennsylvania State Lunatic Hospital, 

Harrisburg, Pa.: 

Care and treatment of indigent insane, 155,856 43 

Furniture for sun parlor, 721 66 

Installation of elevator, 1,371 81 

Erection and furnishing building for 

women, 4,659 06 

Renewal of 6-in. water main, 3 20 

Grading and laying side walks, 1,226 70 

State Hospital for the Insane, Dan- 
ville, Pa.: 

Care and treatment of indigent insane, 198,279 06 

Purchasing dairy cows, 2,537 30 

Installing 6-in. high pressure fire 

mains, hydrants, etc., 2,155 95 

Material for relining resn-oir, 516 41 

Erection and construction of cottages 
for employes, 3,075 49 

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Expenditures of tba Commonwealth. Detailed Statement— Continued. 



State Hospital for the Insane, Norris- 
town, Pa.: 
Care and treatment of indigent insane, 

Rewiring original buildings, 

Extending high pressure fire main,.. 

Installing K. W. A. C. motor, 

Installing ventilators, 

Installing electric irons for laundry, 
Building a consumptive ward or cot- 
tage and incinerating plant, . . . 

Relining reservoir, 

New poultry yard and equipment. 
Building and constructing fences, 
Trap rock to surface road, 



State Hospital for the Insane, Warren, 
Pa.: 

Care and treatment of indigent insane, 

Enlargement of main kitchen and ad- 
ditional equipment, 

Erection of verandas, 

Installation of vacuum system, 

Completion of sewerage system, 

State Asylum for Chronic Insane, Wer- 

nersville. Pa.: 
Care and treatment of indigent insane. 

Extraordinary repairs, 

Equipment of dairy barn, 

Erection and equipment of two ward 

buildings, 

Installation of hot water system, . . . 
Erection and equipment of building 

for tuberculosis, 

. Insurance, 

State Asylum for Criminal . Insane, Far- 
view, Pa., Waymart: 

Care and treatment of indigent insane, 

Erection and constructing Ward "H," 

Erecting and constructing Dining 

Boom ''K 1," 

"L," 

Erecting and constructing farm out- 
buildings, etc., 

Erecting and constructing generator 
room, 

Brick making machinery and equip- 
ment, 

Completion of tuberculosis hospital,. 

Furnishing and equipping buildings,. 

Purchasing equipment for kitchen and 
generator house, additional land, . . 



319,487 11 

12,159 98 

2,820 98 

3,500 00 

400 00 

600 00 

14,346 00 

4,306 58 

933 76 

1,412 44 

2,861 49 



176,831 48 

6,793 90 

4,099 54 

829 00 

2,000 00 



93,507 22 
1,646 38 
9,125 00 

16,794 17 
1,857 49 

2,172 14 
949 46 



84,503 92 
90,407 73 

26,262 30 
46,172 36 

4,951 14 

10,742 58 

18,187 94 
3,402 91 
9,701 54 

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Expenditures sf ths Commonwealth. Detailed Statement— Continued. 

Schuylkill Coimly IIoRpital for the In- 
sane, Schuylkill Haven, Pa.: 
Care and treatment of indigent insane, 49,159 14 

Somerset County Hospital for the In- 
sane, Somerset, Pa.: 
Care and treatment of indigent insane, 19,197 99 

Westmoreland County Hospital for the 
Insane, Greensburg, Pa.: 
Care and treatment of indigent insane, 11,908 00 

Reimbursement Criminal Insane, 

Stroudsburg, Monroe county, 449 64 

Total State Hospitals Insane, $2,366,510 07 



HOSPITALS. 

Adrian Hospital Assn., I'unxsutawney, 

Pa., maintenance, $17,500 00 

Allegheny General Hosi)ital, Pittsburgh, 
Pa., maintenance, 95,690 15 

Allegheny Valley Hospital, Tarentum, 
Pa., maintenance, 3,400 00 

Allentown Hospital, Allentown, Pa., 

maintenance, 17,500 00 

Altoona Hospital, Altoona, Pa., main- 
tenance, 29,000 00 

American Hospital for the Diseases of 

the Stomach, Phila., I*a., maintenance, 4,433 38 

American Oncologic Hospital, Phila., 

Pa., maintenance, 10,000 00 

Beaver Valley General Hospital, New 

Brighton, Pa., maintenance, 7,574 27 

Bellefonte Hospital, Bellefonte, Pa., 

maintenance, 5,936 55 

Berwick Hospital, Berwick, Pa., main- 
tenance, 3,181 17 

Bloomsburg Hospital, Bloomsburg, Pa., 

maintenance, 4,025 60 

Braddock General Hospital, Braddock, 
Pa., maintenance, 15,970 62 

Bradford Hospital, Bradford, Pa., main- 
tenance, 9,000 00 

Brownsville General Hospital, Browns- 
ville, Pa., maintenance, 3,834 54 

Butler County General Hospital, But- 
ler, Pa., maintenance, 8,500 00 

Canonsburg General Hospital Assn., 
Cannonsburg, Pa., maintenan'^e, .... 1,500 00 ^ j 

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Expenditures cf tbc Commonwealth. Detailed Statement— Continued. 

Carbondale Hospital Assn., Carbondale, 
Pa., maintenance, 9,700 00 

Carlisle Hospital, Carlisle, Pa., main- 
tenance, 1,562 50 

Chambersburg Hospital, Chambers- 
burg, Pa., maintenance, 5,074 11 

Charity Hosjntal of Montgomery Co., 
Norristown, Pa., maintenance, 11,000 00 

Charleroi-Monessen Hospital, Charleroi, 
Pa., maintenance, 2,000 00 

Chester County Hospital, West Chester, 
Pa., maintenance, 6,342 85 

Chester Hospital, Chester, Pa., main- 
tenance, 19,945 15 

Chestnut Hill Hospital, Philadelphia, 
Pa., maintenance, 1,082 72 

Children's Homeopathic Hospital, I'hila- 
delphia. Pa., maintenance, 25,000 00 

Childi-en's Ho.spital, Pittsburgh, Pa., 
maintenance, 22,488 55 

Christian H. Buhl Hospital, Sharon, 

Pa., maintenance, 8,680 28 

Citizens General Hospital, New Ken- 
sington, Pa., maintenance, 3,099 23 

City Hospital Assn., Washington, Pa., 
maintenance, 3,739 11 

Clearfield Hospital, Clearfield, Pa., 
maintenance, 6,500 00 

Coatesville Hospital, Coatesville, Pa., 
maintenance, 7,500 00 

Columbia Hospital, Columbia, Pa., 
maintenance, 5,000 00 

Columbia Hospital, Wilkinsburg, Pa., 
maintenance '. 22,500 00 

Conemaugh Valley Memorial Hospital, 
Johnstown, Pa., maintenance, 31,250 00 

Corry Hospital, Corr^', Pa., maintenance, 4,822 37 

Cottage State Hospital, Connellsville, 

Pa., maintenance, 8,478 15 

Tn<^'nranco 250 00 

Cottage State Hospital, Phillipsburg, 

Pa., maintenance, 13,944 21 

New operating table and surgical in- 
struments 378 80 

New laundry machinery, etc 152 00 

DuBois Hospital, DuBois, Pa., main- 
tenance 6,000 00 

Easton Hospital, Easton, Pa., main- 
tenance 13,000 00 

Elk County General Hospital, Ridgway, 
Pa., maintenance, 9,000 00 

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£\j)eu(liture« ut the CommoawL>altb. Detailed Slatcmeut— Continued. 

Eye and Ear Hospital, Pittsburgh, Pa., 

maintenance, 20,000 00 

Frankf'ord Hospital, Philadelphia, Pa., 

maintenance, 25,000 00 

Franklin City Hospital, Franklin, Pa., 

maintenance, 6,683 01 

Frederick Douglass Memorial Hospital 
and Training School, Phila., Pa., 

maintenance, 10,000 00 

German Hospital, Phila., Pa., main- 
tenance, 9,000 00 

Oei'mantown Dispensary and Hospital, 

Phila., Pa., maintenance, 6,500 00 

Good Samaritan Hospital, Lebanon, 

Pa., maintenance, 8,500 00 

Greenville Hospital, Greenville, Pa., 

maintenance, 4,000 00 

Grove City Hospital, Grove City, l*a., 

maintenance, ." 3,313 67 

Gynecean Hospital, Philadelphia, Pa., 

maintenance 17,500 00 

Grand View Hospital, Sellersville, Pa., 

maintenance, 500 00 

Hahnemann Hospital, Scranton, Pa., 

maintenance, 15,131 62 

Hamot Hospital Assn., Erie, Pa., main- 
tenance, 20,000 00 

Harrisburg Hospital, Harrisburg, Pa., 

maintenance, 16,750 00 

Hahnemann Medical College and Hos- 
pital, Phila., Pa., maintenance, 60,000 00 

Homeopathic Hospital of Cliester Co., 

West Chester, Pa., maintenance 1,500 00 

Homeopathic Medical and Suru^ical Hos- 
pital and Dispensary, Pittsburgh, Pa., 

maintenance \ 74,000 00 

Homeopathic Medical and F^nrgioal Hos- 
pital, Reading, Pa., maintenance, ... 10,000 00 
Homestead Hospital Assn., Homestead, 

Pa., maintenance, 0.204 65 

Howard Hospital, Philadeli)hia, Pa., 

maintenance ". 10,000 00 

Indiana Hospital, Indiana, Pa., main- 
tenance 6,500 00 

J. C. Blair Memorial Hospital and 
Training School for Nurses, Hunting- 
don, Pa., maintenance 7,500 00 

Jefferson Hospital, Philadelphia, Pa., 

maintenance 92 000 38 

Maintenance for Tuberculosis Hos- 
pital, 0,250 00 



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Expenditures cf the Oommon wealth. Detailed Statement— Continued. 

Jewish Hospital Assn., Philadelphia, 

Pa., maintenance, 23,715 59 

Johnstown City Hospital, Johnstown, 

Pa., maintenance, 2,500 00 

Kane JSummit Hospital, Kane, Pa., 

maintenance 5,622 91 

Kensington Hospital for Women, Phila- 
delphia, l*a., maintenance 10,325 66 

Kittanning General Hospital, Kittan- 
ning. Pa., maintenance, 3,001 95 

Lancaster General Hospital, Lancaster, 

Pa., maintenance, iO.OOO 00 

Latrobe Hospital, Latrobe, Pa., main- 
tenance, 5,220 09 

Lewistown Hospital, Lewistown, Pa., 
maintenance, 8,000 00 

Lock Haven Hospital, Lock Haven, Pa., 
maintenance, 14,500 00 

Lying In Chanty Hospital, Philadel- 
phia, Pa., maintenance 10,871 27 

McKeesport Hospital, McKeesport, Pa., 

maintenance, 37,500 00 

Markleton General Hospital, Markleton, 

Pa., maintenance, 6,504 10 

Mary M. Packer Hospital, Sunbiiry, Pa., 
maintenance 7,000 00 

Maternity Hospital, Philadelphia, Pa., 
maintenance, 3,250 00 

Meadville City Hospital, Meadville, Pa., 
maintenance, 8,500 00 

Medico-Chinirgical Hospital, xPhiladel- 
phia. Pa., maintenance, 75,000 00 

Mercy Hospital, Altoona, Pa., main- 
tenance ; 3.000 00 

Mercy Hospital, Johnstown, Pa., main- 
tenance, 5,500 00 

Mercy Hospital, Pittsburgh, Pa., main- 
tenance, 57,000 00 

Mercy Hospital, Wilkes-Barre, Pa., 
maintenance 27,500 00 

McMTv Hospital and School for Nurses, 
Philadelphia, Pa., maintenance, 5,000 00 

Midvalley Hospital, Blakeley, Pa., main- 
tenance ! 6,000 00 

Montefiore Hospital Assn. of Western 

Penna., Pittsburgh, Pa., maintenance. 17,521 12 

Miners Hospital of Northern Cambria, 

Spangler, Pa., maintenance, 6,250 00 

Mononpahela Memorial Assn., Monon- 
gahela. Pa., maintonauce 9,000 00 

Monroe County Hospital, Stroudsburg, 
Pa., maintenance, 250 00 r^^^^j^ 

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Expenditorcj at tliu CommoDwealth. Detailed StateinoDt— Contiuaed. 

Mt. Pleasaut Memorial • Hospital, Mt., 
Pleasant, Pa., maintenance, 11,000 00 

Mt. Sinai Hospital, Philadelphia, Pa., 
maintenance, 33,000 00 

Nason Hospital, Roaring Springs, Pa., 
maintenance, 6,250 00 

New Castle Hospital, New Castle, Pa., 
maintenance, 3,250 00 

North Penna. General Hospital and 

Sanitorium, Austin, Pa., maintenance, 2,267 73 

Northwestern Anti-Tuberculosis League, 
Oil City, Pa., maintenance 2,500 00 

Northwestern General Hospital, Phila- 
delphia, Pa., maintenance 3,500 00 

Ohio Valley General Hospital, McKees 
Rocks, Pa., maintenance, 12,000 00 

Oil City Hospital, Oil City, Pa., main- 
tenance, \ 7,130 25 

Passavant Hospital, Pittsburgh, Pa., 

maintenance, 6,000 00 

Penna. Epileptic Hospital and Colony 
Farm, Chester County, Pa., main- 
tenance, 6,542 2l 

Phila. Jewish Sanitorium for Consump- 
tives, Eagleville, Pa., maintenance, . . 12,000 00 

Phila. Orpheodicic Hospital and Infirm- 
ary for Nervous Diseases, Phila., Pa., 
maintenance 20,000 00 

Phila. Polyclinic College for Graduates 
in Medicine, Phila., Pa., maintenance, 35,386 70 

Phoenixville Hospital, Phoenixville, Pa., 
maintenance, 12,000 00 

Pittsburgh Hospital Sisters of Charity, 
Pittsburgh, Pa., maintenance, 25,000 00 

Pittston Hospital Assn., Pittston, Pa., 

maintenance, 7,250 00 

Finishing and furnishing operating 

room 2,413 36 

Polyclinic Hospital, Harrisburg, Pa., 
maintenance, 1,781 97 

Pottstown Hospital, Pottstown, Pa., 
maintenance, 6,782 92 

Pottsville Hospital, Pottsville, Pa., 

maintenance 20,000 00 

Presbyterian Hospital, Pittsburgh, Pa., 
maintenance, 22,000 00 

Providence Hospital, Beaver Falls, Pa., 
maintenance 6,000 00 

Pnnxsutawney Hospital Assn., Punxsu- 

tawney, Pa., maintenance 9,500 00 

Reading Hospital, Reading, Pa., main- 
tenance 12,500 OO^igi^^edby 



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Expenditures i.t the Couimonwealth. Detailed Statement— Contiout'd. 

Iteuovo Hospital, lieiiuvo, Vd., main- • 
tenance, 1,593 75 

Kobert Packer Hospital, Sayre, l*a., 
maintenance, 7,500 00 

Kochester General Hospital, Kociiester, 
Pa., maintenance, 6,500 00 

Roosevelt Hospital, Pliiladelphia, Pa., 

maintenance, 5,319 05 

Rosalie Foundling Asylum and Mater- 
nity Hospital, Pittsburgh, Pa., main- 
tenance, 7,500 00 

Rusk Hospital for Consumption and Al- 
lied Diseases, l^hila., Pa., maintenance, 1G,200 99 

St. Christopher's Hospital for Children, 
Phila., Pa., maintenance, 8,500 00 

St. Francis Hospital, Pittsburgh, Pa., 
maintenance, 85,000 00 

St. John's General Hospital, Pittsburgh, 
Pa., maintenance, 13,354 84 

St. Joseph's Hospital and Dispensary, 
Pittsburgh, Pa., maintenance, 12,500 00 

St. Joseph's Hospital, I'hiladelphia, Pa., 
maintenance, 32,500 00 

St. Joseph's Hospital, Reading, Pa., 
maintenance, 10,000 00 

St. Luke's Hospital, South Bethlehem, 
Pa., maintenance, 14,901 92 

St. Luke's Homeopathic Hospital, Phila., 

Pa., maintenance, 15,000 00 

St. Mary's Hospital, Phila., Pa., main- 
tenance, 20,000 00 

St. Timothy's Memorial Hospital and 
House of Mcrcv, Phila., l*a., main- 
tenance, *; 17,953 49 

St. Vincent's Hospital Assn., Erie, Pa., 
maintenance, 20,000 00 

Sewickley Valley Hospital Assn., Se- 
wickley. Pa., maintenance, 5,504 37 

Shenango Vallev Hospital, New Castle, 
Pa., maintenance, 12,000 00 

South Side Hospital, Pittsburgh, Pa., 
maintenance, 42,528 19 

Spencer Hospital, Meadville, Pa., main- 
tenance, 5,000 00 

State Hospital for Injured PiBrsons, 

Blossburg. Pa., maintenance 15,552 28 

Painting interior and plastering 450 00 

Erection of additional fire escape, .. 150 00 

Equipping Patlieological Laboratory, 500 00 

State Hospital, Coaldale, Pa., main- 
tenance 29,630 29 

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Exi»en<Utur<»3 -f tlio Commonwealth. Detailed Statement— Continued. 

State Hospital for Injured Persons, 
Fountain Springs, Pa., maintenance,. 110,321 80 

State Hospital for Injured Persons of 
the Middle Coal Field, Hazleton, Pa., 

maintenanQe, 54,462 42 

Fitting up and equipping laboratory, 995 17 

State Hospital for Injui^d Persons, 
Mercer, Pa., maintenance, 9,847 84 

State Hospital, Nanticoke, Pa., Inain- 
tenance, 20,682 81 

State Hospital of the Northern Anthra- 
cite Coal Region of Pa., Scranton, Pa., 
maintenance, 80,530 72 

State Hospital for Injure<J Persons, 

Shamokin, Pa., maintenance, 35,060 00 

Addition to laundry 599 73 

Erection of power plant, 1,186 66 

Simon H. Barnes Memorial Hospital, 
Susquehanna, Pa., maintenace 2,027 86 

Stetson Hospital, ITiiladelphia, Pa., 
maintenance, 2,500 00 

Suburban General Hospital, Bellview, 
Pa., maintenance 5,000 00 

Taylor Hospital Assn., Taylor, Pa., 
maintenance, ! 10,000 00 

Temple University, Philadelphia, Pa., 
general maintenance of University, . . 62,500 00 
Building for College Liberal Arts and 

Sciences, 6,375 20 

Samaritan Hospital, mainteiiance, . . 85,000 00 

Improvements to hospital 4.206 37 

Garretson Hospital, maintenance 0,020 04 

Titusvillo Hospital, Titusville, Pa., 
maintenance 3,875 44 

Tu^orpiilosis League. Pitt.«»burgh, Pa., 

maintenanoo 12,000 00 

Uniontown Hospital, Uniontown, Pa., 

maintcTianco 18,595 73 

T'^nited Cbarilies. Hazleton, Pa., main- 

♦^^^nanre 888 47 

T^niversitv of Pennsylvania, Philadel- 
^^Ma. Pa., general maintenance all 
departments^ 398,829 17 

Maintenance of hospital 56,250 00 

ITniversity of Pittsburirh. Pittsburgh, 

Pa., ffenoral niaintpnnnce 261,768 22 

Warren Emergency Hospital, Warren, 
Pa., maintenance, 6.843 94 

Washington Hospitnl, Washincfton. Pa., 

maintenance 4,317 53 

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Expenditureu cf the Commonwealth. Detailed Statement— Cootlnaed, 

Western Penna. Hospital, Pittsburgh, 
Pa., maintenance, 51,580 97 

West Phila. General Homeopathic Hos- 
pital and Dispensary, Phila., Pa., 
maintenance, 7,500 00 

West Phila. Hospital for Women, Phila., 
Pa., maintenance, 6,602 05 

Westmoreland Hospital Assn., Greens- 
burg, Pa., maintenance, 14,721 31 

West Mountain Sanitarium, Scranton, 
Pa., maintenance, 2,836 97 

Wilkes-Barre City Hospital, Wilkes- 
Barre, Pa., maintenance, 32,500 00 

General repairs, 5,000 00 

West Side Hospital Assn., Scranton, Pa., 
maintenance, 14,000 00 

Williamsport Hospital, Williamsport, 
Pa., maintenance, 31,823 50 

Wills Eye Hospital, Phila., Pa., main- 
tenance, 24,162 97 

Women's Hospital, Phila., Pa., main- 
tenance, 27,860 94 

Women's Medical College of Penna., 
Hospital Dep't., Phila., Pa., main- 
tenance, 21,420 40 

Women's Southern Homeopathic Hospi- 
tal, Phila., Pa., maintenance 8,000 00 

Women's Homeopathic Assn. of Pa., 

Philadelphia, Pa., maintenance, 17,500 00 

Wyoming Valley Homeopathic Hospital, 

Wilkes-Barre," Pa* maintenance, 4,881 34 

York Hospital and Dispensary, York, 
Pa., maintenance, 13,500 00 

Total Hospitals 13,494,150 23 

HOMES. 

Aged Colored Women's Home, Williams- 
port, Pa., maintenance, 899 69 

Indebtedness incurred i)rior to June 1, 

1913, and interest 1,200 00 

Almira Home, New Castle, Pa., mainte- 
nance, 3,672 68 

Beacon Light Mission, Bradford, Pa., 

maintenance, 1,750 00 

Beaver County Children's Home, New 

Brighton, Pa., maintenance, 1,500 00 

Benevolent Association Home for Chil- 
dren, Pottsville, Pa., maintenance, . . 1,518 40 

Betliesda Home, Pittsburgh, Pa., main- 

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Expenditures cf the Oomraonwealth. DptaUed Stntoment— Continued. 

Beulah Anchorage, Reading, Pa., main- 
tenance, 750 00 

Boys Industrial Home of Western Penn- 
sylvania, Oakdale, Pa., maintenance, 7,645 29 

Boys Industrial Home, Williamsport, 
Pa., maintenance, 1,500 00 

Catholic Home for Destitute Children, 
Philadelphia, Pa., maintenance, 5,376 03 

Children's Home, South Bethlehem, Pa., 
maintenance, 1,599 10 

Children's Home, York, Pa., mainte- 
nance, 1,000 00 

Children's Industrial Home, Harrisburg, 
Pa., maintenance, 2,750 00 

Christian Home, Johnstown, Pa., main- 
tenance, 1,000 00 

Coleman Industrial Home, Pittsburgh, 
Pa., maintenance, 1,000 00 

Curtis Home for Destitute Women and 
Children, Pittsburgh, Pa., mainte- 
nance, 2,569 84 

Easton Home for Friendless Children, 

Easton, Pa., maintenance, 3,000 00 

Elmwood Home, Erie, Pa., maintenance, 1,000 00 

Erie Home for the Friendless, Erie, Pa., 
maintenance, 7,500 00 

Evangelical Home for Aged, Philadel- 
phia, Pa., maintenance, 1,875 00 

First Allegheny Day Nursery and Tem- 
porary Home for Children, Pittsburgh, 
Pa., maintenances, 2,000 00 

Florence Crit teuton Circle, Wilkes- 
Barre, Pa., maintenance, 500 00 

Florence Crittenton Home, Erie, Pa., 

maintenance, 250 00 

Florence Crittenton Home, Germantown, 
Philadelphia, Pa., maintenance, 761 85 

Florence Crittenton Home, Harrisburg, 

Pa., maintenance, • 750 00 

Florence Crittenton Mission, Scranton, 
Pa., maintenance, 1,500 00 

Florence Crittenton Mission, Williams- 
port, Pa., maintenance 683 11 

Friends Home for Children, Philadel- 
phia, Pa., maintenance 1,839 53 

Germantown Protestant Home for Aged, 

Fair Oaks, Pa., maintenance, 2,000 00 

Hebrew Sheltering Home and Day Nur- 
sery for Children, Philadelphia, Pa., 
maintenance 2,000 00 

Home for Aged and Infirm Colored 
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648 , AUDITOR GENERAL OF PENNSYLVANIA. Off. Doc. 

Kxpenditurra cf tbc OoiDmonwealtii. Detailed Statement— Continued. 

Home for Aged and Infirm Women, 
Easton, Pa., maintenance, 2,000 00 

Home for Aged Couples and Old Men, 
Bala, Philadelphia, Pa., maintenance, 3,125 00 

Home for Aged Veterans and Wives, 

Philadelphia, Pa., maintenance, 9,000 00 

Home for Colored Children, Allegheny, 
Pa., maintenance, 1,533 62 

Home for Friendless Children, Lancas- 
ter, Pa., maintenance, 4,952 88 

Home for Friendless Children, Reading, 
Pa., maintenance, 2,000 00 

Home for Friendless Women and Chil- 
dren, Scranton, Pa., maintenance, . . . 2,968 90 

Home for Widows and Single Women, 
Lebanon, Pa., maintenance, 1,500 00 

Home for Widows and Single Women, 
Reading, Pa., maintenance, 750 00 

Home for the Aged, Mt. Vernon St., 
Philadelphia, Pa., maintenance, 2,980 81 

Home for the Friendless, Harrisburg, 
Pa., maintenance, 2,000 00 

Home for the Friendless, Williamsport, 
Pa., maintenance, '7,500 00 

Home for Training in Speech of Deaf 
Children before they are of School 
Age, Philadelphia, Pa., maintenance, 24,311 97 

Home of Industry for Discharged Pris- 
oners, Philadelphia, Pa., maintenance, 2,000 00 

Home of the Good Shepherd, Troy Hill, 

Pittsburgh, Pa., maintenance, ' 7,500 00 

Home of the Good Shepherd, Lincoln 
Ave., Pittsburgh, Pa., maintenance, . . 2,000 00 

House of the Good Shepherd, Philadel- 
phiii, Pa., maintenance 6,000 00 

House of the Good Shepherd, German- 
town, Philadelphia, Pa., maintenance, 1,500 00 

House of tlio (lood Shepherd, Reading, , 

Pa., maintenance, . . ; 7,000 00 

House of the Good Shepherd, Scranton, 

Pa., maintenance 4,000 00 

Erlncation of Inniates, 82fJ 1)3 

Improvement Children's Home, Pitts- 
burgh, Pa., maintenance, 2,500 00 

Industrial Home for Crippled Children, 
Pittsburgh, Pa., maintenance, 8,000 00 

Julia White Priscilla Home for Aged 
Colored people of Lamot, Pa., mainte- 
nance, 625 00 

Ladies of the G. A. R. Home Dept., Haw- 
kin's Station, Pa., maintenance, 12,500 00 

Messiah Rescue and I^nevolent Home C^r\r\n]f> 

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Expenditures cf tlii: Gommonwoalth. Detailed Statement— Continued. 

of Harrisburg, and Messiah Orphan- 
age of York, Pa., maintenance 1,500 00 

Midnight Mission, Philadelphia, Pa., 
maintenance, 1,250 00 

Nazarene Home for the Aged, Philadel- 
phia, Pa., maintenance, 3,500 00 

Northern Home for Friendless Children, 
Philadelphia, Pa., maintenance, 6,250 00 

Nursery Home, Harrisburg, Pa., mainte- 
nance, ^ 1,250 00 

Old Ladies' Hbme of Wissinoming, Phil- 
adelphia, Pa., maintenance, 5,000 00 . 

Orphan Asylum of the Holy Family, 
Emsworth, Pa., maintenance, 7,000 00 

Passavant Memorial Home for Epilep- 
tics, Rochester, Pa., maintenance, . . . 5,000 00 

Penn Asylum for Indigent Women and ' 
Single Women, Philadelphia, Pa., 
maintenance, 3,000 00 

Pennsylvania Memorial Home, Brook- 
ville. Pa., maintenance, 6,500 00 

Pennsylvania Soldiers' and Sailors' 

Home, Erie, Pa., maintenance, : . 09,500 00 

Pennsylvania Working Home for Blind 

Men, Philadelphia, Pa., maintenance, 13,125 00 

Philadelphia Home for Incurables, 
Philadelphia, Pa., maintenance, 14,981 70 

Philadelphia Home for Infants, Phila- 
delphia, Pa., maintenance, 1,800 00 

Philadelphia Protectory for Boys, Phila- 
delphia, Pa., maintenance, 12,000 00 

Pittsburgh and Allegheny Home for the 
Friendless, Pittsburgh, Pa., mainte- 
nance, 5,000 00 

Pittsburgh Home for Babies, Pittsburgh, 
Pa., maintenance, 4,755 68 

Pittsburj^h Newsboys Home, Pittsburgh, 

Pa., maintenance, 7,000 00 

Pittsburgh Sunshine Children's Home, 
Pittsburgh, Pa., maintenance, 15,000 00 

Providence Mission and Rescue Home, 
Pittsburgh, Pa., maintenance 551 66 

St. John's • Orphan Asylum, Philadel- 
phia, Pa., maintenance, 3,750 00 

St. Joseph's Home and Maternity Home, 

Scranton, Pa., maintenance, .^ 5,000 00 

St. Joseph's Protectory for Homeless 

Boys, Pittsburgh, Pa., maintenance, . . 1,000 00 

St. Joseph's Protectory, NorristoT^oi, 
Pa., maintenance 1 ,500 00 

St. Patrick's Orphan Asylum, Scranton, 
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Expenditures tf tha CJomraonwealth. Detailed Statement— Continued. 

St. Vincent's Home and Maternity Hos- 
pital, Philadelphia, Pa., maintenance, 3,500 00 

St. Vincent's Home, Philadelphia, Pa., ^ 
maintenance, 3,000 00 

St. Vincent's Orphan Asylum, Tacony, 
Philadelphia, Pa., maintenance, 2,000 00 

Salvation Army Rescue and Maternity 
Home, Bellevue, Pa., maintenance, . . 1,500 00 

Sewickley Fresh Air Home in Beaver 
County, Pa., maintenance, 2,833 33 

Sisters of Charity of Stl Catherine's 
Orphan Society, Reading, Pa., mainte- 
nance '. 500 00 

Sylvan Heights Home for Orphan Girls, 
Harrisburg, Pa., maintenance, 3,250 00 

Tabor Home for Children, Doylestown, 

Pa., maintenance, 2,250 00 

Purchase of Land 4,000 00 

Union Home for Old Ladies of West 
Philadelphia, Philadelphia, Pa., main- 
tenance, 2,524 53 

United Zion Home, Hospital and In- 
firmary of Lancaster Co., mainte- 
nance, 1,000 00 

Western Temporary Home, Philadelphia, 

Pa., maintenance, 2,000 00 

Wood's Run Settlement As.sn. Pitts- 
burgh, Pa., maintenance, 1,989 15 

Total, '..... 1427,263 81 



TRAINING SCHOOLS. 

Academy of Natural Sciences, Philadel- 
phia, Pa., maintenance ?J).999 50 

Cheney Training School for Teachers, 
Cheney. Pa., mnintenance 5,000 00 

Downingtown Industrial and Agricultur- 
al School, Downingtown, Pa., mainte- 
nance, \ 10,000 00 

Girls Training School, Williamsport, 
Pa., maintenance 2,500 00 

National Farm School, Doylestown, 
Pa.. maintenanceV 0,108 95 

Paradise Protectory and Agricultural 

School, York Co., maintenance 2,250 00 

Pennsylvania Museum and School of In- 
dustrial Arts, Philadelphia, Pa., main- 
tenance 37,500 00 

Pennsylvania Oral School for the Deaf, 

Scranton, Pa., maintenance 38.618 50 

Transfer of School to State 24,723 70 

Pennsylvania State College, general nj^izeHhyGoOQlc 

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E\».euditurw .f the Comnson wealth. Detailed Statement— Continued. 

Extension Work and Agricultural and 

Home Economics, 42,833 81 

Maintaining Apprentice Trade and 

IS^ight Schools, 3,G77 40 

Purchase of Land, 25,000 00 

Pennsylvania Training School for Fee- 
ble Minded Children, Elwyn, Pa., 
maintenance, 156,646 92 

Philadelphia, Museum, Philadelphia, 
Pa., Distribution of Collections, &c., 21,322 10 

Thaddeus Stevens Industrial School, 
Lancaster, Pa., maintenance, 25,154 13 

Total, f860,586 08 

INSTITUTIONS. 

DePaul Institute of Mt. Lebanon Town- 
ship, Allegheny County, Pa., mainte- 
nance and education, |10,000 00 

Eastern State Institution for Feeble 
Minded and Epileptics, Spring City, 

Pa., maintenance and training, 153,000 00 

Repairs to Buildings, Improvements, 
&c., fertilization and irrigation of 

land, 21,318 59 

Construction of buildings and corri- 
dors, 93,463 38 

Purchasing furniture, 4,721 70 

Purchasing additional farm land, 1,164 55 

Sewage disposal plant, 2,140 44 

Pennsylvania Institution for the In- 
struction of the Blind, Philadelphia, 
Pa., 54,625 00 

Pennsylvania Institution for the Deaf 
and Dumb, Philadelphia, Pa., mainte- 
nance and education, 152,366 37 

Education and maintenance of two 
deaf, dumb and blind pupils 1,692 00 

State Institution for Feeble Minded of 
Western Pennsylvania, Polk, Pa., 

maintenance, 365,830 62 

Deficiency in erection, furnishing and 

equipment of six cottages, 6,524 67 

Deficiency for addition to laundry, 

laundry machinery and equipment, . 5,783 19 

Deficiency in erection and equipment 
of bakery, 105 45 

Western Pennsylvania Institution for 
the Blind, Pittsburgh, Pa 47,708 83 

Western Pennsylvania Institution for 

the Instruction of the Deaf and Dumb, 76,492 11 



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Expenditures -f tl.^ (.Vmraonwfalth. Detailed Statement— Continued. 

SOCIETIES AND ASSOCIATIONS. 

Associated Cliarities and Humane So- 
ciety of Lackawanna Co., Scranton, 
Pa., maintenance, |2,500 00 

Children's Aid Society of Franklin Co., 

Chambersburg, Pa., maintenance, . . . 600 00 

Children's Aid Society of Penna., Phila- 
delphia, Pa., maintenance, 25,000 00 

Children's Aid Society, Meadville, Pa., 
maintenance, 1 ,500 00 

Children's Aid Society of Westmoreland 
Co., Greensburg, Pa., maintenance, . 2,500 00 

Children's Aid Society of Western Penn- 
sylvania, Pittsburgh, Pa., mainte- 
nance, 6,500 00 

Colored Women's Relief Assn. of West- 
em Pennsylvania, Pittsburgh, Pa., 
maintenance, 500 00 

George Junior Republic Assn. of West- 
em Pennsylvania, Grove City, Pa., 
maintenance, 4,000 00 

Pennsylvania Assn. for the Blind, Pitts- 
burgh, Pa., maintenance, 2,500 00 

Pennsylvania Home Teaching Society 
and Free Circulating Library for the 
Blind, Philadelphia, Pa., maintenance, 4,527 44 

Pennsylvania Seamen's Friend Society 
of Philadelphia, Pa., maintenance, . . 3,020 25 

York Society to Protect Children and 
Aged Persons, York, Pa., maintenance, 2,000 00 

Total, 155,147 69 

REFUND NOTARY PUBLIC COMMISSIONS. 

Gomer W. Morgan, Kingston, Pa., |25 00 

L. M. Kitrick, Bellevue, Pa 25 00 

C. C. Carter, Brownsville, Pa 25 00 

W. S. Wacker, Philadelphia, Pa., 25 00 

Thomas M. Focht, Camp Hill, Pa., 25 00 

Total, $125 00 

WHARVES, DOCKS AND FERRIES. 

Department of Wharves, Docks and 
Ferries of the City of Philadel])liin ?120,658 38 



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HARRISBUKG FIRE COMPANIES. 

Paxton Steam Fire Engine Co., No. 6, . . |400 00 

Shamrock Fire Co., No. 11, 200 00 

Mt. Vemon Hook and Ladder Co., No. 1, 200 00 

Friendship Fire Co., No. 1, 200 00 

Royal Fire Co., No. 14, 200 00 

Allison Hook and Ladder, No. 12, ...... 200 00 

Washington Hose Co., No. 4, 200 00 

Good Will Steam Fire Engine Co., No. 7, 200 00 
Mt. Pleasant Steam Fire Engine Co., 

No. 8, 200 00 

Reily Hose Co., No. 10, 200 00 

Camp Curtin Fire Co., No. 12, 200 00 



Total, 12,400 00 



INTEREST ON BONDS AND FISCAL AGENT. 

Farmers and Mechanics National Bank, 
Philadelphia, Pa., compensation as 
Fiscal Agents, 1916, |500 00 

Pennsylvania State College, Interest on 
Land Script, 30,000 00 

Interest on Eastern and Western Experi- 
mental Farms, ' 1,020 00 

Total, $31,520 00 



MOTHERS PENSIONS. 

Adams county, $494 50 

Allegheny county, 18,123 00 

Beaver county, 1,159 40 

Butler county, 444 50 

Blair county, 2,371 50 

Bedford county, 162 00 

Cambria county, 2,163 00 

Chester county,' 1.720 50 

Clearfield count:\% 1,057 00 

Clinton county, 506 50 

Columbia county, 431 50 

Erie county, . ,^ 2,446 50 

Fayette countj^ 2,457 15 

Franklin county 981 50 

Indiana county, 189 00 

Jefferson county, 524 50 

Lawrence county, 21 1 00 

Lycoming county, 283 50 

Luzerne county 4,989 25 

Lebanon county, 809 50 ^^ t 

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Expenditures wf tb-* Commonwealth. Detailed Statement— Continued. 

Montgomery county, 2,339 00 

Mercer county, 247 50 

Northumberland county, 483 50 

Philadelphia county, 19,928 50 

Potter county, . /. 634 61 

Schuylkill county, 4,036 25 

Union county, 152 50 

Venango county, 456 00 

Westmoreland county, 5,033 22 

Washington county, 2,204 00 

Mothers State Supervisors and Assist- 
ance Fund, 6,627 69 

Grand Total, |84,274 57 



STATE FIRE INSURANCE. 
State Fire Insurance Fund, #60,593 61 



STATE INSURANCE FUND BOND PURCHASE. 

Purchase of Bonds for investment State Fire Insurance Fund. 
Bonds— Par Vfllue. 

Plains Twp. Luzerne Co., School 5's, . . |11,000 00 
Plains Twp., Luzerne Co., Street Imp., 

5's, 4,000 00 

Boro. of Brackenridge Imp, 4i's, 33,000 00 

Boro of Swissvale 4 J's, 28,000 00 

New Brighton School 4^8, 61,000 00 

Monongahela City School 4i's, 80,000 00 

Georges Twp., Fayette Co., School 4-J'a, 41,000 00 

Wilkins Twp., Allegheny Co., School 4 J's, 25,000 00 

Total, 1283,000 00 

Cost, Par, Premium and Interest. 

Plains Twp. Luzerne Co., School 5\s, . . |11,929 16 
Plains Twp., Luzerne Co., Street Imp., 

5's, 4,509 93 

Boro. of Brackenridge Imp. 4|'s, 34,242 40 

Boro. of Swissvale 4i's ^ 29,489 70 

New Brighton School" 4 J \s, 64,399 55 

Monongahela Cify School 4.Vs, 85,863 30 

Georges Twp., Fayette Co., "School 4Vs, 43,354 98 

Wilkins Twp., Allegheny Co., School 4|'s, 26,754 30 

Total, 1300,543 32 



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Expenditures cf tbc Commonwealth. Detailed Statement—Continued. 

MISCELLANEOUS GENERAL. 

Painting Portrait of Hon. A. W. Powell, 

Auditor General, |500 00 

Refund of Auto License to R. D. Myers, 
New Oxford, Pa., 7 00 

Refund to Karl Schlatter Dye Works, 
money erroneously paid, . .,. 342 00 

Payment of Warrant issued to John Gil- 
pin and W. P. Johnston for damages 
sustained War 1861 and 1862, S* 52 

Herman P. Miller and W. Harry Baker, 
CJompilers Smull's Legislative Hand 
Book, 2,000 00 

Total, ?2,887 52 



UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT. 

Received for Maintenance of Colleges of 
Agriculture and Mechanical Arts, $50,000 00 



Total, f50,000 00 



BONUS FOR RIGHT OF WAY. 

Susquehanna and Pike Counties, |10,000 00 

Complanter Indian Reservation, War- 
ren, Pa., road, |200 00 

Information furnished departments, . . |871 20 



PENSIONS AND GRATUITIES. 

Jennie J. Mosley, |144 00 

Buena V. Barhe*^ 144 00 

Amanda Kunkle, 96 00 

Ida R. Borrell, 144 00 

Elizabeth Rhodes, 144 00 

Prank Marshall 240 00 

Mrs. E. L. Drake, 1,318 54 

Daniel Puller, 100 00 

Patrick Leonard, 96 00 

J. H. Pershing, 120 00 

Henry Shappel, 96 00 

Wm. W. Snowden, 192 00 

Elizabeth Wenner, 96 00 

Mary J. Graver 108 00 

Barbara Ella Walter, 96 00 

Carrie Essick, 156 00 

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Expenditures cf tbc Commonwealth. Detailed Statement— Continued. 

Wm. Neil, 200 00 

Howard J. Erisman, 100 00 

Mary J. Garver, : . . . • 36 00 

Samuel S. Ferguson, 187 50 

J. K. Robison, 125 00 

Total, f3,939 04 



FOREIGN FIRE INSURANCE PREMIUMS PAID TO CITIES 

AND BOROUGHS. 

Payment of one-half of net amount received from 2% tax paid 
upon premiums by foreign insurance companies. 
ADAMS COUNTY. 

Abbottstown, ^ 82 

Bendersville, ' 50 

Biglerville, 3 08 

East Berlin, 3 89 

Fairfield, 16 

Gettysburg, 109 71 

Littlestown, 11 06 

McSherrystown, 22 17 

New Oxford, 9 66 

York Springs, 22 

1161 27 

ALLEGHENY COUNTY. 

Aspinwall, f33 54 

Avalon, 29 69 

Ben Avon, 19 72 

Bellevue, 69 54 

Brackenridge, 54 72 

Braddoek, 530 02 

Ridgeville, i 60 59 

Carnegie, 287 67 

Carrick, 50 89 

Cheswick, . 77 80 

Clairton, 35 98 

Corae'polis, 172 23 

Orafton, 78 24 

Dravosburg 31 09 

Duquesne, 254 44 

East McKeesport, 51 65 

Edgewood 31 90 

Edgeworth, 20 11 

East Pittsburgh, 305 25 

Elizabeth, 56 24 

Emsworth, 9 83 

Etna 68 73 

Gla\ssport, 95 97 

Glenfield, 3 49 ^^ 

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Green Tree, 4 64 

Hays, 4 52 

Haysville, 4 99 

HeidelburR, 17 34 

Homestesad, 344 36 

Inghram, 19 58 

KnoxvUle, 125 64 

Leetsdale, 36 23 

McKeesport, 1,095 33 

McKees Rocks, 263 22 

Millvale, : 76 60 

Mt. Oliver, 64 15 

Manhall 33 61 

North Braddock, 59 19 

Oakdale, 40 87 

Oakmont, 145 89 

Osborn, 4 81 

Pitcairn, 80 89 

Pittsburgh, 20^80 87 

Port Vue, 11 70 

Rankin, 66 50 

Sewickley, '. 146 68 

Sharpsbnrg, 98 90 

Springdale, 37 72 

Bpring Garden, 17 16 

St Caair, 24 90 

Swisavale 196 65 

Tarentum, 228 80 

Turtle Creek, 147 29 

Verona, 4^ ^7 

Versailles, 24 53 

Wall, 9 88 

West Elizabeth, 7 60 

West Homestead, 39 97 

West View T. 17 98 

Whitaker, 9 85 

Wilkinsburg, 269 88 

Wilmerding, 160 28 

Braddock 20 28 

Wilson, 25 76 

Baadwin, 14 59 

Crafton, 18 05 

Hickman * 12 

Glen Willard, 86 

Elizabeth, 1 86 

TJatrona 15 64 

West Ellizabeth, 20 37 

Pair Oaks, 6 26 

Homestead, 30 67 

Mt. Lebanon, 98 

East McKeesport, 6 89 

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Exiendlturcs cf tbs Oommoowealth. Detailed Statement— Continaed. 

Ewall Station, 3 18 

Carnegie, 12 45 

Glen Shaw, 12 99 

Sturgeon, 13 49 

Conlter, 10 

McKees Rocks, 33 82 

Banksville, 5 73 

Turtle Creek, 6 46 



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42 75 


10 08 


4 27 


106 19 


leS 21 


10 03 


319 U 


209 85 


3 85 


18 56 


8 42 


33 77 


6 78 


5 73 


9 43 



ARMSTRONG COUNTY. 

Applewood, 

Apollo, 

Dayton, 

Elderton, 

Ford City, 

IPreeport, > 

Johnetta, 

Kittanning, 

Leechburg, 

Manorville, 

Parker City, 

Rural Valley, 

New Bethlehem, 

West Kittanning, 

Wickboro, , 

Worthington, 

BEAVER COUNTY. 

Aliquippa, f 44 82 

Ambridge, 99 10 

Baden, 4 42 

Beaver, 182 02 

Beaver Falls, 536 79 

Bridgewater, *t2 86 

College Hill, 28 32 

Conway, 7 93 

Darlinigton, 11 10 

East Rochester 3 12 

Eastvale, 2 33 

Fallston, 25 23 

Frankfort Springs, 57 

Freedom, 58 37 

Georgetown, 8 07 

Glasgow, 3 72 

Homewood, 2 33 

Hookstown, 3 83 

Midland, 31 53 

Monaca, 92 86 

New Brighton, 267 94 

New Galilee, 10 89 



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Patterson Heights, 6 14 

Rochester, 254 68 

South Heights, 7 47 

Shippingport, 4 19 

Woodlawn, 88 43 

Vanport, 2 57 

BEDFORD COUNTY. 

Bedford, fi31 16 

Coaldale, 11 79 

Everett, 34 36 

Hopewell, 4 77 

Hyndman, 4 64 

Man's Choice, 1 62 

New Paris, 2 38 

Pleasantville, 1 74 

Rainsburg, 38 

St. Clairsville, 97 

Saxton, : . . 9 02 

Schellsburg, 1 35 

Woodburg, 1 19 

BERKS COUNTY. 

Bechtelsville, |3 75 

Bemville, 30 

Birdsboro, 35 10 

Boyertown, 77 33 

Centerport, 17 

Fleetwood, 13 29 

Hamburg, 76 37 

Kutztown, 25 47 

Lenhartsville, 07 

Mohnton, 12 65 

Reading, 2,111 55 

Shillington, 9 75 

Topton, 9 53 

West Leesport, 54 

West Reading, 14 29 

Womelsdorf, 8 66 

Wyomissing, 42 53 

BLAIR COUNTY. 

Altoona, »1,477 23 

Bellwood, 103 41 

Duncansville, 4 77 

Gaysport, 11 97 

Hollidaysburg, 83 43 

Juniata 62 53 

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ExrioDdi tares i*" tl»2 Commonwealth. Detailed Statement— Contlnoed. 

Martinsburg, 19 29 

Newry, 1 38 

Roaring Springs, 85 59 

Tyrone, 226 63 

Williamsburg, 50 07 



BRADFORD COUNTY. 

Alba, 

Athens, , 

Burlington, .* 

Canton, 

La Raysville, , 

Monroe, 

New Albany, 

Rome, 

Sayre, 

South Waverly, 

Sylvania, *. . . 

Towanda, 

Troy, 

Wyalusing, 

BUCKS COUNTY. 

Bristol, 

Chalfont, 

Doylestown, 

Hulmeville, 

Ivyland, 

Langhome, 

Langhorne Manor, 

Morrisville, 

New Hope, 

Newtown, 

Perkasie, 

Quakertown, 

Riehlandtown, 

Sellersville, 

Silverdale, , 

South Langhorne, 

Telford, 

Trumbauersville, 

Tullytown, 

Yardley, 



n 67 


123 58 


3 43 


99 74 


4 07 


2 29 


12 46 


5 36 


226 32 


11 36 


4 39 


194 02 


88 62 


5 82 


1146 70 


1 57 


88 43 


5 06 


4 56 


50 35 


2 39 


46 73 


16 26 


24 58 


35 83 


105 81 


5 23 


Xi 73 


1 98 


1 99 


1 27 


45 


3 60 


23 74 



2,076 30 



783 13 



600 26 



BUTLER rOTJNTY. 

Bruin, ?22 55 

Butler, 726 44 

Gallery • 11 77 

Cherry Valley 69 

Connoquenessing, 1 31 ^ ^ 

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Expenditures cf tbo Comroonwealtb. Detailed Statement— Continued. 



Eau Claire 

Evans City, 

Fairview, 

Harmony, 

Harrisville, 

Kams City, 

Mars, 

Millerstown, 

Petrolia, 

Portersville, 

Prospect, 

Saxonburg, 

Slippery Rock, 

Valencia, 

West Liberty 

West Sunbury, 

ZeMenoplo 

CAMBRIA COUNTY 

Ashville, 

Barnsboro, 

Brownstown, 

Carrollton, 

Cassandra 

Chest Spring:s, 

Cresson, 

Daisytowii 

Dale, 

East Conemaugh, 

Ebensbnrg, 

Franklin 

Femdale, 

Gallitzin, 

Hastings, 

Johnstown, 

Lilly, 

Tyoretta, 

Patton, 

Portage, , 

Rosedale, 

Sankertown, 

Scalp Level, 

South Pork 

Spangler 

Rnmmerhill, 

Tunnel Hill, 

Vintondale 

Weptmont, 

Wilmore, 

Stony Creek, 



1 86 
25 79 

6 88 
16 68 

5 40 

4 74 

21 70 

19 

19 39 

1 02 
07 

1 78 
24 53 

8 66 
55 

3 70 
27 70 



16 60 


82 66 


4 76 


14 52 


6 54 


2 90 


51 84 


25 22 


4 59 


31 16 


177 08 


72 »7 


1 10 


41 90 


23 77 


1,556 08 


34 17 


4 62 


295 74 


89 03 


2 04 


2 91 


13 18 


70 16 


33 24 


14 43 


1 64 


15 96 


11 83 


2 22 


6 40 



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Expenditures cf ths Commonweal tb. Detailed Statement— Continued. 

CAMERON COUNTY, 

Driftwood, f 20 07 

Emporium, 91. 39 



CARBON COUNTY. 

Beaver Meadows, |15 12 

East Mauch Chunk, 18 34 

East Side, 61 

Lansford, 140 26 

Lehighton, 137 98 

Mauch Chunk, 257 75 

Parryville, *. 2 05 

Summithill, 53 84 

Weatherly, 41 55 

Weissport, 8 22 



CENTRE COUNTY. 

Bellefonte, " f 234 51 

Centre Hall, 8 39 

Howard, 6 06 

Milesburg, 4 18 

Millheim, 7 87 

Philipsburg, 190 00 

State College, 84 04 

Snow Shoe, 26 70 

South Philipsbuiii: 3 39 

Unionville, . . . . T 4 28 



CHESTER COUNTY. 

Atglen, f 02 

Avondale, 7 63 

Coatesville, 93 28 

Downingtown, 15 39 

Honeybrook, 34 

Hopewell, 1 02 

Kennett Square, 29 63 

Malvern, 18 33 

Oxford, 41 26 

Parksburg 15 01 

Phoenixville, 128 17 

Spring City, 79 98 

West Chester, 240 50 

West Grove, 3 90 



CLARION COUNTY. 

Callensburg, I 40 

Clarion, 166 84 

East Brady 49 99 

Edenburg,' 17 07 



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Expend Itnros sf tlic Commonwealth. Detailed Statement— Oontlnued. 



Hawthorne 

Xew Bethlehem, 

Riraersbur^ 

Saint Petersburg 

Phippenville, 

Sli^o 

Strattonville 

CLEARFIELD COUNTY 

Brisban 

Burnside 

rhester Hill 

Clearfield 

Coalport 

Ciirwensville 

DnBois 

Glen Hope, 

Grampian, 

Hontzdale, '. 

Trvona 

Tmmber City 

Mahaffey 

New Washineton 

Osoeola Mills, 

Ramey 

Trontville 

TVallaceton, 

Westover 

CLINTON COUNTY. 

Avis 

Beech Creek 

Fleminsrton 

Xiook Haven 

liOfiranton 

Mill Creek 

Benovo 

South Renovo 

COLUMBIA COUNTY. 

Benton 

Berwick, 

Bloomsbnrir 

Catawissa 

Centralia 

Millville 

OransrevilV 

Stillwater 

West Berwick 



5 54 
93 34 
33 85 

8 75 
7 77 

6 01 
2 89 



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4 f>0 


60 


381 94 


15 14 


101 05 


421 75 


2 12 


4 87 


50 85 


.S 54 


1 24 


42 94 


1 52 


84 45 


8 44 


1 11 


2 29 


20 59 


«8 88 


9 40 


Rfi 


277 57 


7 67 


17 76 


1.^5 29 


7 70 


«27 79 


.?95 7.? 


418 22 


47 4.^ 


22 65 


16 08 


6 7.^ 


2 00 


^2 19 



.392 45 



1,1.^0 49 



470 65 



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664 AUDITOR GENERAL OF PENNSYLVANIA. Off. Doc. 

Expenditures q! tlij Commonwealth. Detailed Statcraent— Continued. 

CRAWFORD COUNTY. 

Bloomiug Valley, f 69 

Cambrid<5e i^pi iiigs, 134 38 

Centreville, 8 84 

Cochrantoii, 18 51 

Conneaut Lake, 19 54 

Conneautville, 31 59 

Geneva, 1 84 

Hartstown, 70 

Hydetown, 2 52 

Linesville, 41 85 

Meadville, 561 58 

Riceville, 1 41 

Saegertown, 18 10 

Spartansburg, 17 44 

Springboro, 18 92 

Titusville, 399 54 

Townville, 4 68 

Venango, 5 23 

Woodcock, 82 

1,288 18 

CUMBERLAND COUNTY. 

Camp Hill, $11 61 

Carlisle, 284 05 

Lemoyne, 16 06 

Mechanicsburg, 115 25 

Mount Holly Springs, 5 74 

Newburg, 12 

New Cumberland 32 07 

Newville, 21 62 

Shippensburg, 82 17 

Shiremanstown, 6 15 

West Fairview, 10 74 

Wormleysburg, 3 27 

588 85 

DAUPHIN COUNTY. 

Berrysburg, f 1 11 

Dauphin, 12 13 

Elizabethville, 12 43 

Gratz, 2 96 

Halifax, 12 85 

Harrisburg, 2,097 27 

Highspire, 23 46 

Hummelstown, 49 31 

Lykens, 62 85 

Middletown, 67 58 

Millersburg, 97 45 

Penbrook, 17 89 . 



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Expenditures of tbo Conirnonwealth. Detailed Statemeut— Continued. 



Royalton, 3 76 

Paxtang, 70 

Steelton, 221 95 

Uniontown, 95 83 

Williamstown, 24 97 

Swatara Township, 5 74 

2,810 24 

DELAWARE COUNTY. 

Aldan, f 10 62 

Chested, 941 53 

Clifton Heights, 20 04 

Collingdale, 16 65 

Colwyn, 14 22 

Darby, 78 17 

Eddystone, 58 98 

Glenolden, 16 32 

Lansdowne, 108 83 

Marcus Hook, 272 05 

Media, 48 17 

Millbourne 6 20 

Morton, 6 24 

Norwood, 14 21 

Prospect Park, 4 91 

Ridley Park, 36 32 

Rutledge, 19 50 

Sharon Hill, 8 56 

Swarthmore, 49 86 

Upland, 23 17 

Yeadon, 6 19 

Astor township, 6 74 

Darby township, 1 21 

Haverford township, 39 03 

Lower Chichester township 3 99 

Nether Providence township, 3 65 

Radnor township, -: 78 21 

Ridley township, 1 59 

Upper Darby township, 6 77 

1,901 93 

ELK COUNTY. 

Johjisonburg, |99 03 

Ridgway, •. 514 82 

Saint Marys, 213 38 

827 23 

BRIE COUNTY. 

Albron, |59 28 

Corry, . .• 241 50 

Edinboro, 41 03 

East Springfield, 6 27 

Elgin, 14 _ , 

Erie, 2,515 2gitized byCjOOgle 



666 AUDITOR GENERAL OF PENNSYLVANIA. Off Doc 

. Expenililures cf the Comraouwoalth. Detailed Statement— ConUniied. 

Fairview, 12 70 

Girard, 77 17 

Middleboro, 50 

Mill Village, 6 73 

North East, 118 54 

Platea, 1 70 

Union City, 231 79 

Waterford, 16 90 

Wattsburg, 5 44 

3,3:54 91 

FAYETTE COUNTY. 

Belle Vernon, |163 57 

Brownsville, 216 40 

Connellsville, 530 38 

Dawson, 61 75 

Dunbar, \ 42 49 

Everson, 29 12 

Fairchance, 18 61 

Fayette City, 104 91 

Markleysburg, 2 82 

Masontown, 52 26 

Ohiopyle,^ 8 30 

Point Marion, 101 54 

Smithfield, 23 10 

South Brownsville 71 02 

South Connellsville 17 62 

Uniontown, 746 53 

Vanderbilt, 46 84 

2,237 26 

FOREST C50UNTY. 

Tionesta |55 32 

55 32 

FRANKLIN COUNTY. 

Chambersburg |288 65 

Blue Ridge Summit, 22 03 

Greencastle, , 47 65 

Mercersburg, 31 12 

Waynesboro, 221 79 

: 611 24 

FULTON COUNTY. 

McConnellsburg $7 70 

7 70 

GREENE COUNTY. 

Carmichael f 7 44 

Clarksville, 66 

East Waynesburg 3 18 

Graysville, 32 ^ t 

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Expfi ditures cf this Commonwealth. Detailed Statement— Continned. 



Greensboro, 

Jefferson, 

Mount Morris, 

Rices Landing, 

Waynesburg, 

HUNTINGDON COUNTY. 

Alexandria, 

Birmingham, 

Broad Top City, 

Cassville, 

Coalmont, 

Dudley, 

Huntingdon, 

Mapleton, 

Marklesburg, 

Mill Creek, , 

Mount Union, 

Orbisonia, 

Petersburg, 

Rock Hill, 

Saltillo, 

Shade Gap, 

Shirleysburg, 

Three Springs, 

INDIANA COUNTY. 

Blairsville, ' , 

Cherrytree, ^ , 

Clymer, 

Creek Side, 

Glen Campbell, 

Homer City, 

Indiana, 

Jacksonville, ' 

Marion Centre 

Mechanicsburg 

Plumville 

Saltsburg 

Shelocta , 

Smicksburg, 

. JEFFERSON COUNTY. 

Big Run, 

Brockwayville, 

Brookville, 

Corsica, 

Falls Creek 

Punxsutawney, 



5 14 

4 02 

1 20 

11 91 

148 91 



»8 49 

1 89 
6 03 

17 

82 

6 47 

202 21 

10 47 

47 

73 14 

47 56 

16 26 

3 51 

2 13 
1 03 

59 
1 33 
1 80 



$106 06 

4 57 

25 05 

9 27 

9 04 

35 2S 

381 70 

2 81 

4 15 
2 15 

5 13 
28 12 

48 



55 44 
38 84 

260 48 

3 40 

28 92 

320 20 



182 78 



384 37 



614 14 



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Off. Doc. 



Exuendltures cf tha Commonwealth. Detailed Statement— Continued. 



Reynoldsville, 83 27 

Gummerville, 11 28 

Sykesville, 28 83 

West Keynoldsville, 1 48 

Worthville, 33 

JUNIATA COUNTY. 

Miftlinlown, 38 40 

Mifflin, 9 01 

Port Eoyal, 16 63 

Thompson town, 4 74 

LACKAWANNA COUNTY. 

Archbald, 94 43 

Blakely, /. 41 97 

Carbondale, 458 45 

Clarks ^Summit, - 62 18 

Dalton, 25 73 

Dickson City, 94 77 

Dunmore, 261 39 

Elmhurst, : 8 19 

Olenbura, 1 60 

Gouldsboro, 5 51 

Jermyn, 58 30 

La Plume, 8 01 

Mayfield, 32 12 

Moosic, 47 47 

Moscow, 14 61 

Old Forge, 114 67 

Olyphant, .-. . 207 00 

Scranton, 4,695 82 

Taylor, 118 99 

Throop, 58 62 

Vandling, 8 01 

Waverlj^, 5 67 

Winton, 57 13 

Lackawanna township 1 31 

LANCASTER COUNTY. 

Adamstown, 8 37 

Akron, 4 45 

Christiana, 9 00 

Columbia, 149 98. 

Denver 9 48* 

Elizabethtown 47 82 

p]phrata, 29 01 

Lancaster, 1,927 40 

Lititz, 21 80 

Manheim, 55 23 

Marietta 65 71 

Mount Joy, 32 06 

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68 78 



6.481 95 



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Expenditures cf tbu COmmonwoalth. Detailed Statoment— Contlnaed. 



Mountville, 15 80 

New Holland, 12 71 

Quarry ville, ' 7 04 

Strasburg, 11 G8 

Terre Hill, 2 33 

Washington, 38 38 

LAWRENCE COUNTY. 

Ellwood Citj', 118 55 

Enon Vallev, 3 14 

Hazel Dell,' 3 88 

New Castle, 1,040 42 

New Wilmington, 29 04 

South New Castle, 90 

Volant, 3 79 

Wampum, 16 64 

LEBANON COUNTY. 

Jonestown, 2 16 

Lebanon, ., 336 86 

Myerstown, 8 46 

Richland, 10 31 

Annville, ; 10 67 

West Lebanon 1 40 

LEHKiH COUNTY. 

Allentown ?1,643 42 

Catasauqua, 181 14 

Coopersburg, 3 50 

Coplay, 35 57 

Emaus, 25 51 

Fountain Hill 19 36 

Macungie, 6 10 

Slatington, 74 15 

South Allentown 8 38 

West Bethlehem 13 96 

Whitehall township 37 91 

LUZERNE COUNTY. 

Ashley, Jf54 15 

Avoca, 56 41 

Courtdale 3 21 

Convngham, 11 73 

Dallas, 18 39 

Dorranceton, 63 33 

Duryea, 53 55 

Kdwardsville 96 1^ 

Exeter, 29 17 



2,448 31 



1,216 36 



369 86 



2,049 00 



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670 



AUDITOR GENERAL OF PENNSYLVANIA. 



Off. Doc. 



Exncnditures cf ths Commoawpaltb. Detailed Statement— Contlnaed. 



Forty Fort, 35 71 

Freeland, 67 97 

Hazletou, 804 87 

Hughes'town, 8 97 

Jeddo, 84 

Kingston, 127 61 

Lafliu, 1 57 

Lark8ville, 33 22 

Laurel Run, 18 47 

Luzerne, 96 44 

Miners Mills, 63 79 

Nanticoke, 336 82 

Naungola, 44 

Nescopeck, 7 85 

New Columbus, 63 

Parsons, 50 60 

Pittston, 795 20 

Plymouth, 277 30 

Schickshinnv, 63 89 

Sugar Notch, 17 31 

Swoyersville, 39 92 

Warriors Run, 4 64 

West Hazleton, 17 71 

West Pittston, 87 67 

West Wyoming, 14 07 

White Haven, 69 21 

Wilkes-Barre, 2,874 39 

Wyoming, 50 69 

Yatesville, 1 68 

I^lains townshij) 56 39 

Hanover township, 35 76 

Newport township, 20 30 

Wilkes-Barre township 32 21 

LYCOMING COUNTY. 

DuBoistown, $2 93 

Hughesville, 73 96 

Jersey Shore, 128 15 

Montgomery 78 90 

Montoursville, 76 94 

Muiicy, 94 36 

Picture Rocks, 17 08 

Salladasburg 3 98 

South Williamsport 51 21 

Williamsport, 1,562 01 

McKEAN OOXINTY. 

Bradford, ....: f832 45 

Eldred, 70 57 

Kane, 341 75 



6,500 21 



2,089 52 



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671 



Expen(Iiturc^s -.f th\: Ctuimionwialth. Detailed Statement— ContiDicd. 



Lewis Run, 24 55 

Mount Jewett, 108 86 

Port Allegany, " 210 50 

Smethport, \ lU 96 

MERCER COUNTY. 

Clarksville, * 

Farrel, 

Fi'edouia 

Greenville, 

Grove ' City, 

Jackson Centre, 

Jamestown, 

Mercer, 

New Lebanon, ^ . . 

Sandy Lake, 

Sharon, 

Sharpsville, 

Sheakleyville, 

Stoneboro, 

West Middlesex, 

Wheatland, 

MIFFLIN COUNTY. 

Lewistow^n, 

Burnham, 

McVeytown, 

Newton Hamilton, ' 

MONROE COUNTY. 

Delaware Water Gap 

East Stroudsburg, 

Stroudsburg, 

MONTGOMERY COUNTY. 

Ambler, |53 77 

Bridgeport, 48 93 

Colleg\'ille 5 65 

Conshohocken 85 14 

East Greenville 3 73 

Green Lane, 11 53 

Hatboro, .' 10 09 

Hatfield 8 65 

J'snkintown, 69 51 

Lansdale, 99 19 

Narberth 17 12 

Norristpwn,, 608 48 

Xorth Wales 28 44 

Pennsburg, , 1? 20 

43—2—1917 



?1 24 


127 01 


11 12 


198 33 


188 27 


3 11 


20 79 


95 41 


5 04 


7 87 


395 21 


53 10 


2 30 


25 63 


10 37 


10 03 


?250 08 


20 55 


3 77 


3 12 


?fi7 09 


176 46 


298 60 



1,703 64 



1,154 89 



277 52 



542 15 



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d72 



AUDITOR GENERAL OF PENNSYLVANIA. 



Off. Doc. 



Kxpenditares of the Oommonwoalth. Detailed Statement— Continaed. 



Pottstown, 

Rockledge, 

Royersford, \ 

Schwenksville, 

Souderton, 

Trappe, 

West Coiishohocken, » 

Cheltenham townshii), 

Lower Merion township, 

Springfield township, 

MONTOUR COUNTY. 

Danville, 

Washingtonville, 

NORTHAMPTON COUNTY 

Bangor, 

Bath, 

Bethlehem, 

Chapman, 

East Bangor, 

Easton, , 

Preemansburg, 

Glendon, 

Hellertow^n, 

Nazareth, 

Northampton, 

Northampton Heights, 

North Catasauqiia, ' 

Pen Argyl, 

Portland, 

Roseto, : 

South Bethlehem, 

Stockertown, 

Walnutport, 

Tatamy 

West Easton, 

Wind Gap, 

NORTHUMBERLAND COUNTY 

Herndon, 

Marion Heights, 

McEwensville, 

Milton .^ 

Mount Carmel, 

Northumberland, 

Riverside, 

Shamokin, 



344 19 

17 06 
209 98 

6 35 

18 48 
77 

32 65 

78 02 

218 72 

26 96 



f 191 24 


2 36 


n58 13 


50 62 


356 23 


1 25 


11 54 


995 01 


6 25 


2 52 


2 70 


135 50 


99 60 

4 78 


15 27 


60 40 


5 10 


8 51 


457 58 


26 58 


13 04 


3 43 


1 68 


10 14 



flO 14 
3 40 

1 13 
326 45 
248 41 

66 16 

2 80 
374 77 



2,015 61 



193 60 



2,425 8» 



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No. 2. REPORT OF FINANCES. 673 

Expenditures cf the Commonwealth. Detailed Statement— Continued. 

Snydertown, 2 27 

Sunbury, , 303 62 

Turbotville, 7 52 

Watsontown, 76 93 

Coal township, 16 93 

1,440 53 

PERRY COUNTY. 

Blain, |2 28 

Duncannon, 13 27 

Landisburg, * 92 

Liverpool, 14 15 

Marysville, 22 29 

Millerstown, 20 23 • 

New Bloomfield, 18 92 

Newport, 69 14 

161 20 

PHILADELPHIA COUNTY. 

Philadelphia, ?45,224 37 

45,224 37 

PIKE COUNTY. 

Matamoras, f 31 49 

Milford, -68 36 

99 85 

POTTER COUNTY. 

Austin, * J22 70 

Coudersport, 148 06 

Galeton 263 40 

Lewisville, 4 72 

Oawayo, 3 41 

Shingle House, 89 69 

^ 531 98 

SCHUYLKILL COUNTY. 

Ashland, f 152 14 

Auburn, 11 98 

Coaldale, 29 60 

Cressona, 12 30 

Frackville, 37 20 

Gilberton 47 62 

Girardville, 84 25 

Gordon, 7 22 

Landingville 60 • 

Mahanoy City, 408 15 

MoAdoo, . . . .' 49 07 

Middleport, 10 96 

Minersville 120 61 

Mount Carbon 5 22 

New Philadelphia 23 14 

New Ringgold, 97 

Orwigsburg, 30 94 

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674 



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ExpeDditutsss cf tbs Commonwealth. Detailed Statement— Contioued. 



Palo Alto, U U 

Pine Grove, . . .- 93 63 

Port Carbon, 22 35 

Port Clinton, 73 

liingtown, 5 69 

Pottsville, 761 48 

Saint Clair, 52 U 

Schuylkill Haven, 77 51 

Shenandoah, 421 35 

Tamaqua, 184 60 

Tower City, 12 53 

Tremont, 9 81 

SNYDER COUNTY. 

Middleburg, |36 36 

Selinsgrove, 50 66 

SOMERSET COUNTY. 

Ben&on, 

Berlin, 

Boswell, 

Confluence, 

Garrett, * 

Hooversville, 

Jennertown, 

Meyersdale, 

New Baltimore, 

Paint, 

Rockwood, 

Salisbury, 

Somerfield, 

Somerset, 

Stoyestown 

Ursina, 

Wellersburg 

Windber, 

SULLIVAN COUNTY. 

Dushore, 37 30 

Eagles Mere, 29 42 

Forksville, 1 75 

La Porte 5 68 

SUSQUEHANNA COUNTY. 

Dundaff, % 38 

Forest City, 144 97 

Friendsville 92 

Great Bend, 27 55 

Hallstead, 36 57 



93 

5 46 
30 20 
35 20 

5 66 
24 61 

2 94 

88 30 

28 

7 78 
30 OG 

9 88 



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52 

08 

6 22 

2 60 

2 76 

210 93 



2,684 90 



87 02 



649 41 



74 15 



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675 



Sxpenditurea of thu Oommonwealtli. Detailed Statement— Coatinut^. 

Hopbottom, 19 90 

Lanesboro, 9 58 

Little Meadows, 5 23 

Montrose, 115 46 

New Milford, 19 64 

Oakland, 11 56 

Susquehanna, 137 34 

Thompson, 6 97 

Uniondale, 5 70 

534 77 

TIOGA COUNTY. 

Blossburg, J50 93 

Covington, 6 19 

Elkland 118 82 

Knoxville, 69 21 

Lawrenceville, ^ 27 86 

Liberty 2 98 

Mansfield, 81 88 

Nelson, 5 71 

Osceola, 5 07 

Tioga 22 51 

Wellsboro, 158 63 

Westfield, 66 17 

621 96 

UNION COUNTY. 

Hartleton, f 28 

Lewisburg, 108 96 

Mifflinburg, 43 41 

New Berlin 4 38 

157 03 

VENANGO COUNTY. 

Clintonville |6 64 

Cooperstown, 1 53 

Emlenton, 50 80 

Franklin, 594 54 

Oil City 805 75 

Pleasantville, 16 89 

Polk, 9 35 

Rouseville, 17 14 

Utica, 1 24 

West End, 6 81 

1,510 69 

WARREN COUNTt. 

Bear Lake, 11 47 

Clarendon, 47 22 

Columbus, 10 36 

Grand Valley, 9 84 

Sugar Grove, 7 95 

Tidioute 74 06 

Warren 943 92 



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E:;[)en(Iitur3s cf tlxi Coiumonwualtli. Detailed Statoniont— Continued. 



WASHINGTON COUNTY. 

Bealsville, 

Bentleyville, 

Burgettstown, 

California, 

Canonsburg, 

Centreville, 

Charleroi, 

Clayville, 

Coal Centre, 

Cikeburg, 

Deemston, 

Donora, 

East Washington, 

Elco, 

Ellsworth, 

Finleyville, 

Houston, 

Long Branch, 

Marianna, 

McDonald, 

Midway, 

Monongahela City, 

North Charleroi, 

Roscoe, 

Speers, 

Stockdale, 

Twilight, 

•Washington, 

West Alexander 

West Brownsville, 

West Middletown 

WAYNE COUNTY. 

Bethany, 

Hawley, 

Honesdale, 

Prompton, 

Starrucca, 

Waymark, 

WESTMORELAND COUNTY 

Adamsburg, 

Arnold, 

Arona, 

Avonmore, 

Bolivar, 

Cokeville, 

Derry, 

Donegal, 



f 1 71 

59 86 

62 31 

96 42 

225 49 

14 41 

321 82 

30 08 

14 77 

2 40 

79 

186 39 

7 

2 



78 
99 



17 93 
30 66 
14 49 
1 66 
8 72 
72 53 

19 17 
242 03 

13 98 

32 56 

6 71 

5 84 

1 09 

684 58 

20 76 
43 28 

80 



1 91 


126 85 


271 83 


2 29 


1 76 


18 76 



$2 47 

65 69 
1 30 

28 73 
9 43 
1 34 

52 88 
86 



2,244 01 



422 40 



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677 



Exx>enditure8 cf tbs Commonwealth. Detatlod Statement— Coiitioueo. 



Export, 

East Vandergrif t, 

Greensburg, 

Hyde Park, ! 

Irwin, 

Jeaimette, 

Latrobe, 

Ligonier, 

Livermore, 

Madison, 

Manor, 

McMahon, 

Monessen, 

Mount Pleasant, 

New Alexandria, 

New Florence, 

New Kensington, 

New Salem, 

North Bellevernon, 

North Irwin, 

Parnassus^ 

Penn, 

Salem, 

Scottdale, ". 

Seward, 

Smithton, 

South Greensburg, 

Southwest Greensburg, 

Sutersville, 

TraflFord, 

Vandergrift, 

Vandergrif t Heights, 

West Newton, 

Youngstown, 

Youngwood 

WYOMING COUNTY 

Factory ville, 

LaceyVille, 

Meshoppen, 

Nicholson, 

Tunkhannock, 

YORK COUNTY. 

Cross Roads, 

Dallastown, 

Delta 

Dillsburg, 

Dover 

East Prospect, 



53 
44 
15 



28 18 

19 92 

806 84 

14 61 

155 44 

284 24 

218 33 

62 48 

48 

4 

21 

4 

434 84 
124 80 

7 34 
12 47 

423 14 

1 56 

9 96 

3 83 

35 68 

26 20 

9 74 

253 80 

3 88 

19 73 

19 42 

11 58 

24 56 

44 26 

162 56 

43 56 

111 22 

8 29 
21 10 



117 28 


11 01 


33 81 


70 00 


80 93 



I 10 

35 89 

6 92 

8 63 

03 

44 



3,596 87 



213 03 



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178 AUDITOR GENERAL OF PENNST LVANIA . Off. noc. 

E'c:>oii<Iitures cf the C^inimonwciilth. Detailed Statement— Contlnoed. 

Fawn Grove, 29 

Glen Rock, 33 14 

Goldsboro, 2 42 

Hanover, * 288 89 

Hellam, 3 47 

Manchester, 83 

Mount Wolf, 40 43 

New Freedom, 15 63 

New Salem, 5 39 

North York, 1 69 

Railroad, 2 12 

Red LioD, 67 88 

Seven Valley, 2 85 

Shrewsbury, . 12 61 

Spring Grove, • •. . 16 66 

Stewartstown, 14 94 

Wellsville, 16 60 

West York, 11 24 

Winterstown, 10 

Wrightsville, 21 23 

Windsor, 1 86 

Yoe 2 27 

York, 1,100 72 

York Haven, 55 06 

1,860 33 



Total, ^152,842 STy 



DELINQUENT TAX COLLECTED. 

Statement showin^]: amount of Delinonont Taxes and Licenses Col- 
lected by Counties for the fiscal year ending November 30, 1916. 

Retail mercantile license |7,585 90 

Wholesale mercantile license 304 23 

Retail liquor license 3 14 

Brewers' license 1 25 

Distillers' license 50 05 

Billiard license 2,24« 54 

Brokers' license 133 71 

Amusements license 627 OCJ 

Eating house license 22 72 

Resident hunters' license 98 10 

Non-resident hunters' license 9 50 

Tax on writs, wills, deeds, etc 2,290 36 

Tax on collateral inheritance 230 54 

Tax on pamphlet laws . 21 37 

Total 1^13,627 37 



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December, prior year |1,6W.U7 39 

January, l,8n.619,U 

February 1.380,662 W 

March 1,643,179 44 

April 8,73»,964 11 

May, 8,187,40263 

June 2,451,10943 

July 1,699,34648 

August. 8,686,869 20 

September 1,564,883 64 

October 1.109,724 63 

NoTember, « 949.194 76 

ToUto, 125,818,924 03 

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December, prior year |8, 907. 049 90 \ 

January, 1,645.066 60 

February, 1.486,633 87 

March 2.265,013 64 

April 2.858,406 59 

May 1,081.79210 

June 2,292,81183 

July, 3,682,249 48 

August. 2,087.91168 

September 3,484.062 62 

October 1,495,949 47 

Norember 1,221,469 92 

Ttotlla $28,907,407 60 "i 

Monthly aTerage 1,142,283 96 



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$11. 
19, 
82, 
22, 
20, 
23, 
24, 
26, 
29, 
37, 
33, 
67, 



985.427 88 
790,281 93 
267,788 16 
588.880 21 
006,664 90 
024,499 67 
166.499 05 
,007.255 36 
452.482 63 
,328.938 20 
,288.617 32 
,814.380 16 



$338,711,615 46 
28,069,292 96 



ATerage. 



81,08»,684 35 
1,799,116 64 
2,932.626 10 
2,063,634 66 
1.818.778 63 
2.093.136 33 
2,196.954 46 
2,273,886 86 
1.677,498 42 
3.393,639 84 
3.026.228 86 
5.266,862 74 

130,610,117 77 

2.660.844 81 



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Arerage. 



127. 
20, 
16, 
25, 
16. 
16, 
28, 
80, 
31, 
47, 
88. 
46. 



940,630 79 
,167,786 70 
,022,990 70 
541.049 36 
886.507 19 
488,851 94 
564.222 21 
487.016 88 
257.284 43 
403,600 44 
095.792 19 
693.621 07 



1341, 



449,363 90 
620,771 49 



12.640.067 84 
l,833.4ffi 15 
1.456.636 61 
1.321.913 68 
1.444.227 92 
1.408.077 45 
2,596.747 47 
1.771,546 99 
1.841.6n 31 
4,309.418 25 
8.463.253 84 
4.235,783 73 

131,222.068 64 

2.601,189 04 



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INDEX 



A Page. 

Adjutant-Generars Department, expenditures of, 523 

Advertising statement of monies in general and sinking fund, . . .^ 517-518 

Agricultural association premiums, expenditures for, 595 

Agriculture, Department of, expenditures of, 594-595 

Amount refunded on highway construction, 486 

Annuity for right of way, receipts from, 489 

Appraisers, Mercantile, mileage of, expenditures for, 520-521 

Appropriations to counties, expenditures for, 588 

Appropriations for Vocational Departments, expenditures for, 592-593 

Armory Board of Pennsylvania, expenditures of, 582 

Associate judges, expenditures for, 503 506 

Associations, revenues from, 10-11 

Attorney General's Department, expenditures of , 522-523 

Auditor General's Department: 

Expenditures of, 510-517 

Letter, 1 ,2,3,4 

Officials and employes of, 5-1 

Automobile Division, expenditures of, 611 

Automobile licenses, receipts from 12 

B 

Balance in treasury, 12 

Balance sheet, 18-19 

Bankers, private, licenses paid by, itemized receipts from, 481 

Tax on gross receipts from, 478-480 

Banking, Department of, expenditures of, 583 

Banks, interest on general fund deposits, itemized receipts from 60-63 

Interest on State deposits, itemized receipts from , 64 

National, itemized receipts from , 32 44 

State, itemized receipts from, 45-48 

Billiard licenses, monthly receipts from , Insert 

Board of Censors, State, expenditures of , . . , ff?l-632 

Game Commissionprs, expenditures of, 62^^ 628 

Live Stock and Sanitary , expenditures of, 695 

Navigation Commissioners , expenditures of, 6?0 

Pardons, expenditures of, 631 

Public Charities, expenditures of, 632 

Board of 

Public Grounds and Buildings, expenditures of, , 613 623 

Quarantine , expenditures of, 630 

Revenue Commissioner, expenditures of, 628 

Sinking Fund , expenditures of, 628 

Underground and Elevated Passonsor Railwnys, expenditures of, 509 



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Page. 

Bonds of State officials and employes, expenditures for, ^ 6U 

Bonus, monthly receipts from, In.sert 

for ri^ht of way, expenditures for, 655 

Borough high schools, expenditures for, 589-5yl 

Loans, monthly receipts from, Insert 

Loans, Tax on, 476-477 

Bottling licenses, monthly receipts from , Insert 

Bounty for destruction of noxious animals, expenditures for, 625-626 

Brewers licenses, monthly receipts from, Insert 

Brewing companies, itemised receipts from , 71-75 

Brick companies, itemized receipts from, 76 86 

Bridge companies, itemized receipts from, 87-91 

Brokers licenses, monthly receipts from, Insert 

Buildings and Grounds, Public, Department of, expenditures of, 61^623 

Building and loan associations, itemized receipts from, 58-59 

Building and loan stock, monthly receipts from, Insert 

Stock interest, monthly receipts from, Insert 

Bureau of Chemistry, expenditures of, 595 

Statistics, expenditures of, 595 

Butter, renovated , fines, monthly receipts from, Insert 

Licenses, monthly receipts from , Insert 

C 

Candidates for mine foremen, examination of, expenditures for, 005-610 

Inspectors, expenditures for, 010 

Capitol Park Extension Commission, expenditures of , .* 630 

Capital stock, monthly receipts from , Insert 

Cash refunded, itemized receipts from 487-488 

Certificates issued, statement of, 25-27 

Charitable Institutions: 

Homes, expenditures for, 646-650 

Hospitals, expenditures for, 639-616 

Institutions, 651 

Societies and associations, 652 

Training schools, 650-651 

Chemistry, Bureau of, expenditures of, 595 

Chiropodist licenses, monthly receipts from Insert 

Cigarette Fines, monthly receipts from , Insert 

Classified statement of receipts for 1916, 468-469 

Clay companies, itemized receipts from , 76-86 

Coal and Coal mining companies, itemized receipts from , 92-111 

Coal mines, inspection and supervision of, expenditures for, 600-605 

Coke companies, itemized receipts from 92-111 

Cold storage fines, monthly receipts from , Insert 

Licenses, monthly receipts from , Insert 

Collateral inheritanr«e, monthly receipts from Insert 

Itemized receipts from 470471 

Tax, refund of, expenditures for, 019 

Collection on bonus, monthly receipts from, Insert 

Commissions: 

Capitol Park Extension , expenditures of 630 

Economy and Efficiency, expenditures of, 632 

Engineers, expenditures of, 633 



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Page. 

Gettysburg BatUefield Monument, expenditures uf , 633 

Historical, expenditures of, , 633 

Lake Erie and Ohio Canal Board , expenditures of, 632 

Meade Statute, expenditures of 633 

Navigation, expenditures of, 630 

Public Service, expenditures of, .629 

Revision and Amendent of Penal Laws, expenditures of, 633 

State Industrial Home for Women, 633 

Uniform State Laws, expenditures of, 633 

Valley Forge Park, expenditures of, 632 

Water Supply, expenditures of, 629 

Commonwealth, Departments of: 

Agriculture, 594-505 

Adjutant-General 523 

Attorney General, 522-523 

Auditor General, 5,6,7,516-517 

Banking, 583 

Executive, 508 

Fisheries, .-» 598-509 

Forestry, 596-596 

Health, 599 

Insurance 584 

Internal Affairs, 583 

Labor and Industry, — 599 

Mines, 600-610 

Public Grounds and Buildings, 613-623 

Public Instruction, 584 594 

Wharves, Docks and Ferries (Philadelphia) , 652 

State Highway, 611-613 

State Library, 624-6B5 

State Police, WO 

Treasury, 522 

Commonwealth, revenues of, from: 

Corporations and Associations, 10-11 

County officers, U 

Other sources, — 11-12 

Commonwealth , stock held by , 31 

Conscience fund, monthly receipts from, Insert 

Corporations, revenues from , 10-11 

Miscellaneous, itemized receipts from , 396-466 

Costs in suits against delinquent dealers, expenditures for, 521-522 

Counsel fees. Department of Mines, expenditures for, 610 

Counties, appropriations to, expenditures for, 588-589 

Itemized receipts from, 472-475 

Monthly receipts from , Insert 

Reimbursement of, account care and treatment of criminal insane, ex- 
penditures for 63.*MB9 

County loans, tax on itemized receipts from — 476-4T7 

Officers , revenue from , 11 

Court martial fines, monthly receipts from, Insert 



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PuKC. 

Courts. Common Pleas, expenditures of, 493-501 

Miscellaneous expeuditureb, 506 

Municipal, Philadelphia, expenditures of, 602-503 

Orphans', expenditures of, 501-502 

Superior, expenditures of, 492 

Supreme, expenditures of, 492 

Cup vending, mouthy receipts from, Insert 

D 

Dairy and Food Division, expenditures of, 595 

Dairy inspection fines, monthly receipts from, Insert 

Deeds, itemized receipts from, 470-471 

Delinquent Tax Statement, 679 

Departments of the Commonwealth: 

Agriculture, expenditures of, 594-595 

Adutant-General, expenditures of, 523 

Attorney General, expenditures of, 522-523 

Auditor General, expenditures of, 5,6,7,516-517 

Banking, expenditures of, 583 

Executive, expenditures of, 508 

Fisheries, expenditures of, 508-599 

Forestry, expenditures of, 596-598 

Health, expenditures of, 599 

Insurance, expenditures of, 584 

Internal Affairs, expenditures of, 583 

Labor and Industry, expenditures of, 599 

Mines, expenditures of, 600-610 

Public Grounds and Buildings, expenditures of, 613-623 

Public Instruction, expenditures of, 584-585 

Public Printing and Binding, expenditures of, 507 

Wharves, Docks and Ferries, Philadelphia, expenditures of, 652 

State Highway, expenditures of, 611-613 

State Library, expenditures of, .\ 624-625 

State Police, expenditures of, 610 

Treasury, expenditures of, 522 

Deposits, bank, itemized receipts from interest on general fund deposits, — 60-63 

itemized receipts from Interest on State deposits, 64 

Destruction of noxious animals, bounty expended for, 625 626 

Detailed Statement of expenditures, , 491 

Distillery companies, itemized receipts from, 71-75 

Division of Zoology, expenditures of 594-595 

Domestic creditors, statement of, 30 

Insurance companies, itemized receipts from, 120-122 

B 

Eatmg houses, monthly receipts from, Insert 

Economy and flfficiency Commission , expenditures of, 632 

Egg fines, monthly receipts from Insert 

Engineers* Commission, expenditures for, 633 

Escheats, expenditures for, 519-520 

Itemized receipts from, , .^ 489 

Monthly receipts from, nigltU^dby .V^Insert t 



No. 2. INDEX. _ 685 

Page. 

] examination of candidates for mine foremen, expenditures for, 005-610 

Mine inspectors, expenditures for, 600-605 

Ex -County officials, refund to, expenditures for, 518 519 

Executive Controller's Department, expenditures of, 508 

Department, expenditures of, 508 

Expenditures: 

Adutant-General's Department, 523 

Agricultural association premiums, 595 

^Armory Board, 582 

Associate judges, 503-506 

Attorney General's Department, ^.. 522-523 

Auditor General's Department, 516-517 

Automobile Division, 611 

Ranking Department, 583 

Board of Education, 585 

Board of Game Commissioners, 625 628 

Pardons, 631 

Public Charities, 632 

Public Grounds and Buildings, 623 

Revenue Commissioners, *. 628 

Sinking Fund Commission, 628 

Underground and Elevated Passenger Railways, 509 

Bonds of State officials and employes, 61'4 

Bounty for the destruction of noxious animals, 625-626 

Bonus for right of way, 655 

Borough high schools, 580 591 

Bureau of Chemistry, 595 

Statistics, 595 

Capital Park Extension Commission, 630 

Charitable Institutions, 651-662 

Commissions, 632-634 

Commissioners of Navigation, 630 

Commonwealth, statement of, 13-17 

Costs in suits against delinquent dealers, 521-522 

Counsel fees. Department of Mines, 610 

Countiea. appropriations to, 588-589 

Courts, Common Pleas, 493-501 

Miscellaneous, 506 

Municipal, Philadelphia 502 508 

Orphans' 501-502 

Superior *^ 

Supreme, ^^ 

Dairy and Food Division, SOS 

Department of 

Agriculture, 594-595 

Adjutant-General 523 

Attorney General, 522-523 

Auditor General, 516-517 

Banking, ®^ 

Executive , 508 

Fisheries , 598 

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Page. 

iiixpeiiditures — Coutiuued . 

Health, 599 

lusurauce, 584 

Internal Affairs, 583 

Labor and Industry, 599 

Mines, GOO 610 

Public Grounds and i;uildiu>f.s 613-623 

Public Instruction, 58i-585 

Wharves, Docks and Terries, 652 

State Highwaj , 6ll-tn3 

State Library, ". 624-625 

State Polic-e, 610 

Treasury, 522 

Division of Zoology, 594-505 

Economy and Efficiency Commi.ssion , 632 

Escheats, 519-520 

Examination of mine foremen and inspectors, 005-610 

Executive Controller's Department, 608 

Executive Department, 508 

Extinction of forest fires, 696 

Foreign Fire Insurance, premiums paid to cities and boroughs, 656-677 

Forest fires, extinction of, 696 

Forestry reservations, 596-598 

Lands for school purposes, 596-697 

General fund. Public Grounds and Buildings, 615-623 

Gratuities, 655 656 

Harrisburg fire companies, 653 

High schools, 589-392 

Homes, appropriations to, 646-650 

Hospitals, appropriations to, 630-646 

House of Representatives, 491 

Industrial schools, 850-651 

Information furnished depnrtments, .: 519-520 

Insane, care and treatment of, 625-639 

Inspection and super^dsion of coal mines , 600-605 

Institutions, 651 

Insurance Department, 584 

Interest on bonds and fiscal agents, 653 

Itemized, 1^17 

Legislative Journal, 491 

Reference Bureau , ®5 

Live Stock Sanitary Board 995 

Loans, ®® 

Mercantile, appraisers mileage, 520-521 

Miscellaneous, courts, 506 

General, ®5 

Miscellaneous, Schools, expenditures for, AM 

Mothers* assistance fund, 658-654 

Municipal Court, Philadelphia, 602-503 

National <5uard of Pennsylvania, 523-582 

Orphans' Courts, 601-502 

Penitentiarios '. • • ^^ 

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Page. 

l!^xpendi cures— Con tiuued . 

Public Priuting and liiuding 507. 

Public school system, 585-594 

Public Service Coiumissiou, Q29 

Publishing proposed amendment to Constitution, 509-510 

Publishing stiitement of monies in general and sinking fund, 517-518 

Purchase of lands for forestry reservations, 598 

Quarantine Board 630 

Reformatories, 635 

Refund , for Notary Public coniuiissions, 652 

Of collateral inheritance tax, 519 

To ex-county officials, 518 

Reimbursement to counties, account care and treatment criminal insane, 635-639 

Rent of offices and rooms outside of Capital, 613-614 

Salaries, paid county superintendents and assistants, 585-588 

Schools, 585-594 

Senate, 491 

Sinking Fund Commission, '. 628 

Orphans* schools, 629 

State and county hospitals for insane , 635-639 

State Armory Board , 582' 

State Board of Censors, 631-632 

State Department, 508-509 

State Fire Insurance, , 654 

State Fire Marshal, 584 

State Highway construction , 611 

Department, 611 

State Insurance Fund bond purchase, 654 

State Library, 824-625 

State Military' Board, 582 

State Museum , 624 

State Normal Schools 593-594 

State Quarantine Board, 630-631 

State Reporter, 624 

State Workmen's Insurance Fund , 631 

Summary of 13-17 

Superior Court, * 492 

Supreme Court, 492 

Township high schools, 589-591 

Township road tax, 611-613 

Training schools, ^ 660-651 

Treasury Department, 522 

Tuition of pupils attending high schools, 591-593 

T^irnpike purchase fund , 611 

U. S. Government, 655 

Water Supply Commission 629_ 

Extinction of forest fires, expenditures for, 598 

F 

Factory fines, monthly receipts from, Insert 

Feed stuflTs fines, monthly receipts from , Insert 

Fees, office, itemized receipts from f^rS 

Monthly receipts from Digitized by. V^iO 

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If age. 

Ferry Companies, itemized receipt from, 112-113 

Fertilizer Imes, moucuiy receipas aom, Xusert 

Lricenses, monthly receipuj irom, insert 

Tax on, 4«2-i»4 

Fines, itemized receipcs trom, 487 

Monthly receipts irom, Insert 

Fire companies, expeuditured tor, 633 

Escapes, lines, monthly receipts irom, Insert 

Marshal, State, expenditures of, 384 

Fish tines, monthly receipts from, , • Insert 

Licenses, monthly receipts from, insert 

Food fines, monthly receipts from, Insert 

Foreign fire insurance premiums paid to cities and boroughs, 656^7 

Foreign insurance companies, itemized receipts from, 65-70 

Monthly receipts from, Insert 

Forest fires, monthly receipts from, Insert 

Extinction of, expenditures for, iM 

F'orestry reservation, lands for school purposes, expenditures fur, 596-597 

Purchase of lauds for, expenditures for, 596 

Foundry fines, monthly receipts from, Insert 

Fruit syrup fines, monthly receipts from, Insert 

G 

Game Ck)mmis8ionerB, Board of, expenditures of, 625-628 

Fines, monthly receipts from, Insert 

Gas companies, artificial and natural, itemized receipts from , 114*119 

General fund, monthly receipts from, .' Insert 

General E'und, interest on deposits, 60-63 

Gratuities, expenditures for, 655-^56 

Gross premiums, monthly receipts from, Insert 

Receipts, monthly receipts from, Insert 

Tax on, from banks, itemized receipts from , 478-480 

H 

Harrisburg fire companies, expenditures to, 653 

Heat companies, itemized receipts from, 151-173 

Highway construction, amount refunded on, expenditures for, 611 

Historical Ck>mmis8ion, expenditures of, 633 

Homes, charitable, expenditures of, 646-650 

Hospitals, charitable expenditures for, 639-646 

For insane, State and county, expenditures for, 635-639 

House of Representatives, expenditures of, 491 

Hunting lincenses, monthly receipts from, Insert 

Restricted and residence, monthly receipts from, Insert 

Penalties, monthly receipts from, Insert 

I 

Ice cream fines, monthly receipts from Insert 

Improvement and land associations, itemized receipts from, 123-150 

Income, monthly receipts from, Insert 

Indigent insane, monthly receipts from .^^. . . Insert 

Industrial Schools, expenditures for, Digitized -by- CjjOC 585 

Insane, care and treatment of, expenditures for 635-646 

Inspection and superviwon of coal mines, expenditures for 600-605 



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Page. 

Institutions, State and charitable, expenditures for, 634-662 

Institutions, Savings receipts from, 49 

Insurance companies, domestic, itemized receipts from, 120-122 

Foreign, itemized receipts from, /. ...^ 65-70 

Monthly receipts from, Insert 

Insurance Department, expenditures of, 684 

Interest, monthly receipts from, Insert 

On bonds and fiscal agent, expenditures, 653 

On general fimd deposits, itemized receipts from, 60-63 

On State deposits itemized receipts from , 64 

J 

Judges, Associate, expenditures for, 603-506 

Common Pleas, expenditures for, 493-601 

Municipal Court, expenditures for, 602-503 

Orphans' Court, expenditures for, 601-502 

Superior Court, expenditures for, 492 

Supreme Court, expenditures for, 492 % 

L 

Labor law fines, monthly receipts from, " Insert 

Lake Erie and Ohio Canal Commission, expenditures of, 632 ^ 

Land, monthly receipts from, Insert 

Purchase of, for forestry reservation, expenditures for, 696 

For forestry reservations for school purposes, 506-597 

Land and improvement associations, itemized receipts from, 123-160 

Lard fines, monthly receipts from, Insert 

Reference bureau, expenditures for 625 

Library, State, expenditures for, 624 

Licenses; county, itemized receipts from, 470-475 

Fertilizer, tax on, itemized receipts from 482-484 

Licenses, itemized receipts from, 490 

Miscellaneous, receipts from, 490 

Monthly receipts from: 

Auctioneers, Insert 

Bankers, Insert 

Billiards, Insert 

Bottling, Insert 

Brewers, Insert 

Brokers, Insert 

Butter, (renovated), Insert 

Chiropodists, Insert 

Cold storage, Insert 

Distillers, Insert 

Eating houses, Insert 

Fertilizers, '. Insert 

Fishing, Insert 

Hunting, Insert 

Liquor (wholesale and retail) , j-... Insert 

Mercantile (wholesale and retail), Insert 

Midwifery, Issert t 

Monthly receipts from, Qigiti?e<;i .by ^i&^^O^lC 



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Pact. 

License«--Continued . 

Oleomargarine, Insert 

Peddlers, Insert 

Theatres, Insert 

Licenses, paid by private bankers, itemized receipts from 481 

Light, heat and power companies, itemized receipts from, 151-173 

Unseed oil fines, monthly receipts from, Insert 

Liquor licenses, retail, monthly receipts from, Insert 

Wholesale, monthly receipts from , Insert 

Live Stock and Sanitary Board , expenditures of 595 

Livestock fines, monthly receipts from , Insert 

Loans, borough, monthly receipts from, Insert 

County, tax on, itemized receipts from 476477 

Expenditures for, 653 

Monthly receipts from, Insert 

Municipal, tax on, itemized receipts from, 476-477 

School districts, tax on , itemized receipts from , 476-477 

Monthly receipts from, Insert 

M 

Manufacturing companies, itemized receipts from, 174-33i 

Market companies, itemized receipts from, 335-336 

Mattress fines, monthly receipts from, Insert 

Medde Statute Commissions, expenditures of, ' 633 

Meat fines, monthly receipts from, Insert 

Mercantile appraisers, mileage of, expenditures for, 520-521 

Licenses, monthly receipts f r<«n Insert 

Midwifery licenses, monthly receipts from, Insert 

Mileage, mercantile appraisers, expenditures for, 020-321 

Military fines, monthly receipts from, Insert 

Milk fines, monthly receipts from, Insert 

Mine foremen, examination of, expenditures for, 605-610 

Inspection, expenditures for, 600^05 

Inspectors, examination of, expenditures for, 610 

Law fines, monthly receipts from, Insert 

Mining and oil companies, itemized receipts from, 337-^2 

Companies, coal, itemized receipts from, 02-111 

Minor labor fines, monthly receipts from, Insert 

Miscellaneous, corporations, itemized receipts from, 394-467 

Court expenditures, 506 

Qeneral expenditures, 655 

Receipts, 490 

School expenditures, 5M 

Mothers Assistance Fund , expenditures for, 653-654 

Monthly, statement of license receipts, Insert 

Total of receipts, Insert 

Moving Picture Censor fines, monthly receipts from , Insert 

Municipal Court, (Philadelphia), expenditures of, 502-5(\3 

Loans, tax on, itemized receipts from , 476-477 

N 

Natural gas companies, itemized receipts from, ,^ .,... 114-119 

National Banks, receipts from, rigiiized,b^NJtO.O.^l!. 32-44 

National Guard of Pennsylvania, expenditures of S23-582 



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Pftge. 

National Guard— Continued. 

Armory Board, 582 

Cavalry, 528-532 

Division Headquarters, 523-526 

Kn^ineers Battalion, S26 

Field Artillery, 527-528 

ITirst Brigade, 532-542 

Fourteenth Infantry, 568-509 

Fourth Brigade, 550-589 

Hospital Corps, 572 

Miscellaneous exi>ense8, ' 573-582 

Second Brigade, 542-^550 

Separate Battalion, 571-572 

Separate Regiment, 586-589 

State Naval Militia, 570-571 

Third Brigade, 551-558 

Transportation, 572-S73 

Navigation Commission, monthly receipts from , Insert 

Expenditures of, 630 

Non- Alcoholic drinks, fines, monthly receipts from , Insert 

Notaries Public, itemized receipts from , 489 

Notary Public Commissions, refund of, expenditures for, 652 

Notes, relief, statement of, 28-29 

O 

Oil and mining companies, itemized receipts truiii , 337-342 

Oleomargarine fines, monthly receipts from , Insert 

Licenses, monthly receipts from , Insert 

Orphans* Court, expenditures of, 501-502 

P 

Pamphlet Laws, itemized receipts from, 470-471 

Monthly receipts from, ». Insert 

Pardons, Board of, expenditures of, 631 

Passenger railways, itemized receipts from, 363-363 

Peddlers licenses, monthly receipts from, Insert 

Penal laws, commission on revision and amendment, expenditures of, 633 

Penalties, monthly receipts from, Insert 

Penitentiariea, State, expenditures of, 634 

Pennsylvania State Board of Censors, expenditures of, 631-632 

Pensions, expenditures for, 655-656 

Personal Property Tax, itemized receipts from , 470-471 

Returned to counties, expenditures for, 518-519 

Personal Tax, State, monthly receipts from, Insert 

Pig booth fines, monthly receipts from , Insert 

Power companies, itemized receipts from , 151-173 

Premiums, Agricnlturnl Association , expenditures for, 595 

Private bankers, licenses, itemized receipts from, 485 

Public Charities, Board of, expenditures of, 632 

Debt, statement of, 24 

Certificates issued, 25-27 



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Domestic creditors, 30 

Relief notes, 28-29 

Sinking fund, 22 

Public Grounds and Buildings, Board of, expenditures of, 623 

Department of, expenditures of, 613-623 

General fund, 615-619 

Public Instruction , Department of, expenditures of, 584*585 

Public Printing and Binding, expenditures for, 507 

Road Fines, monthly receipts from, Insert 

School System, expenditures for, 5S5-SM 

Service Commission, expenditures of, , 629 

Proposed amendment to Constitution, expenditures for, 509 515 

Statement of monies in general and sinking fund, expenditures for, .. 22 

Purchase of land for forestry reservations, expenditures for, 598 

Forestry reservation for school purposes, expenditures for, 596-597 

Q 

Quarantine Board, State, expenditures of, 630 631 

Quarry companies, itemized receipts from, 76 86 

R 

Railroads, steam, itemized receipts from, ^3-352 

Railways, passenger, itemized receipts from 353 363 

Receipts, classified statement of, 468-460 

Monthly statement of, Insert 

Receipts, itemized from. 

Annuity for right of way, 489 

Banks, interest on general fund deposits, 60-63 

Interest on State deposits, 64 

State and National, 32-48 

Brewery companies, 71-75 

Bridge and turnpike companies, 87-91 

Brokers licenses, 11 

Building and loan associations, 58^ 

Capital stock, 11 

Clay companies, 76^ 

Coal and coal mining companies, 92111 

Coke companies, 92-111 

Counties, 470471 

Distilling companies, 71-75 

Domestic insurance companies, 120-122 

Escheats, 489 

Fees of oflBce, 489 

Ferry companies, 112 113 

Fertilizer licenses, 482-484 

Fines, i«f7 

Foreign insurance companies, 65-70 

Gas companies (artificial and natural) , 114-119 

Gross receipts, bankers, 478-l?*n 

Heat companies, 151-1?:^ 

Insurance companies, domestic, 120 122 

Foreign, 65-7f» 



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Receipts— Continued . 

Ijaud and improvement associations. . , 12^150 

Licenses, 472-475 , 490 

Light, heat and power companies, 151-173 

Manufacturing companies, 174-334 

Market companies, ^ 335-336 

Mining companies, 337-342 

Miscellaneous companies, 384-467 

Miscellaneous receipts, 490 

' National banks, 32-44 

Notaries public, 488 

OU companies, .' 337-342 

Pamphlet laws, 470-471 

Power companies, 151-173 

Private bankers licenses, 481 

Quarry companies, 76-86 

Railroads, steam, 343-352 

Railways, passenger, „ . . . . 353-363 

Refunded cash, 487-488 

Savings institutions, 49 

Slate companies, 76-86 

State banks, 45-48 

Stone companies, 76-86 

Telephone and telegraph companies, 368-377 

Transportation companies (miscellaneous) , 364-367 

Trust companies, 50-57 

Interest on general fund deposits, 60-63 

Interest on State deposits, 64 

Water companies, 378-393 

Receipts, monthly totals of, Insert 

Reformatories, expenditures for, '. 635 

Refund, cash, monthly receipts from, Insert 

Estate, relatives of indigent insane, monthly receipts from, Insert 

For notary public commission, expenditures for, 652 

Of collateral inheritance tax, expenditures for, 519 

To ex-county officials, expenditures for, 518-519 

Refunded cash, itemized receipts from, 487-488 

Registered packages fines, monthly receipts from , Insert 

Relief notes, statement of, 28-29 

Renovated butter fines, monthly receipts from, Insert 

Licenses, monthly receipts from, Insert 

Revenue Commissioners, Board of, expenditures of, 628 

Revenue of the Commonwealth, from corporations and associations, 10-11 

County ofllcers, 11 

Other sources, -^ H 

Revision and amendments of Penal Laws Oomrais-sions, expenditures of, — 633 

Right of way, annuity for, itemized receipts from, 489 

Bonus for, expenditures for, 655 

Monthly receipts from, In.sert 

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Savings institutions, itemized receipts from 49 

Schools, district loans, tax on , iterated receipts from , 476-477 

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Schools, expenditures for: 

Borough high, , 589-591 

Industrial, 650-651 

Land for forestry reservation, exi)enditure8 for, 596-598 

State Normal, 593 594 

Soldiers* Orphans, - - 629 

System, public, 585-594 

Township high, 689-591 

Training, 650-051 

Schools, tax, monthly receipts from, Insert 

Senate, expenditures of, 491 

Sinking Fund Commissioners, Hoard of, expenditures of, 628 

Monthly receipts from, Insert 

Statement of, Insert 

Slate companies, itemized receipts from , 76-86 

Societies and associations, expenditures, , 652 

Soldiers' Orphans School, expenditures for, 629 

State Board of Education , exiwnditures of, 585 

State Banks, receipts from, 45-48 

Censors, monthly receipts from , Insert 

State, expenditures for, 631-632 

State Fire Insurance, 654 

State Government, Department of: 

Agriculture, .* 594-595 

Adjutant General, 523 

Attorney General , 522-523 

Auditor General, 5,6,7,516-517 

Banking, 583 

Executive, 508 

Fisheries, 598-599 

Forestry 596-598 

Health, 509 

Insurance, 5W 

Internal Affairs, 583 

Labor ' and Industry , 599 

Mines, 600-610 

Public Grotmds nnd Buildings 613-623 

Public Instruction , : . 584-594 

State, rxpcnditures of, 508-509 

State Hicrhwny , 611-613 

State Library 624-625 

State Police 610 

Treasury , 922 

Wharves, Docks and Forrios. Philf^dolphin, 652 

State Highway bulletins, monthly rcmpts from . Insert 

Construction , oxpondituros for, 611' 

Department, expondituros of 611 

State Industrial Home for Worn«^n . Commission f(»r, expenditures for, .. 633 

Insurance Depnrtment, expenditures of, 584 

Insurance Fund , bond purchase 654 

Military Bonrd . expenditures of 582 

Museum, exponditures for 624 

Normal Schools, rxpepditurfs for, 593 594 



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Penitentiaries, expenditures for, 634 

Police Department, expenditures of, 610 

Fines, monthly receipts from, Insert 

Quarantine Board, expenditures of, 630 

Reporter, expenditures of, 624 

State and County Hospitals for the Insane, expenditures for, 635-639 

State Workmen's Insurance P'und, experditures for, / 599 

Statement, classified, receipts for 1915 468-469 

Statistics, Bureau of, expenditures of, 595 

Steam railroads, itemized receipts from , 343 352 

Stock , capital, monthly receipts from , Insert 

Stock held by Commonwealth, statement of, 31 

Stone companies, itemized rectupta from , 76-86 

Sundry fines, monthly receipts from , Insert 

Superior Court, expenditures of, 492 

Supreme Court, expenditures of, 492 

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Tax, collateral inhcritaiuv, rofi:iid of, expenditures for, 519 

Tax, itemized receipts from: 

Banks, '. 32-48 

Bankers, grows reci ipis, 47S-480 

Collateral inheritance, 470-471 

County loaus, 476 477 

Deeds, 470-471 

Fertilizer licenses, 482-484 

Gross receipts (Bankers) , 478 480 

I^ans, 476477 

Municipal loans, 476-477 

Notaries public, 489 

School district loans, 476 477 

Tri'st companies, 50-57 

Wills and writs, 470 471 

Tnx, monthly receipts of, from various sources, Insert 

Telephone and telcjfrnph companies, itemized receipts from 368-377 

Theatre licrnsos, monthly receipts from , Insert 

Township . hiph schools , expenditures for, 589-991 

Road tax, expenditures for, 611-613 

Trnining schools, expenditures for, 650-651 

Trnnsportntion companies, miscellaneous, itemized receipts from, 354-367 

Treasury Departm^^nt, expenditures of 522 

Trust companies , itemized receipts from , 50 57 

Itemized receipts from interest on general fund deposit, 60-63 

Itemized receipts from interest on State deposit, 64 

Tuition of pupils attending high schools, expenditures for, 591-593 

Turnpike companies, itemized receipts from, 87-91 

Turnpike Purchase Fund, expenditures of, 611 



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Underground and Elevated Passenger Railways, Board of, expenditures of, 509 

Uniform State Laws, Commission of, expenditures of, 633 

United States Government, monthly receipts from, Insert 

United States Government, expenditures, 655 

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Valley Forge Park Commission, expenditures of, 632 

Vinegar fines, monthly receipts from, Insert 

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Water companies, itemized receipts from, 378 393 

Supply Commission, expenditures of, ^9 

Wharves, Docks and Ferries, Department of Philndelphia , expenditures of, 652 

WillSj itemized receipts from, 470-471 

Monthly receipts from, Insert 

Writs, itemized receipts from , 470-471 

Monthly receipts from , Insert 



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